The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the terms, concepts, and points of view used in management and its historical evolution, ethics, social responsibility and environmental issues; provide students with a working knowledge of the skills and functions necessary to be an effective, efficient manager; provide an introduction to the theory and practice of managing organizations; examine the management functions (planning, organizing, leading or influencing, and controlling) and the impact of those functions on the business organization
Everyone who is interested to get acquainted with the terms, concepts, and points of view used in management and its historical evolution, ethics, social responsibility and environmental issues
All industry. Knowing the terms, concepts, and points of view used in management and its historical evolution, ethics, social responsibility and environmental issues is essential for smooth running of organization and proper organizational functioning.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
SusmitaMukhopadhayay, Associate Professor, VGSOM (Ph.D.,Calcutta University, Fellow ISI, Kolkata)Susmita Mukhopadhyay’s areas of specialization include Human Resource Management and Industrial Psychology, Business Values and Ethics, and Organizational Behaviour. A gold medalist in M.Sc., she is the recipient of the Young Scientist Award and Search of Excellence Award. She was selected for the Microfinance Researchers Alliance Fellow Program Centre for microfinance, Institute of Financial Management and Research, Chennai, in 2009.
Srinivasan is an Assistant Professor at Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur. He teaches Organization Behavior and Human Resource Management. He received his Ph.D. in OB & HR from IIT Madras in 2018. He was a recipient of the DAAD Fellowship. He is a certified Labor and ESH compliance auditor. He has audited several factories for established European and American Brands. Prior to joining Ph.D. program, he was a research associate in a collaborative research project between IIT Madras and the University of Guelph, Canada. He was engaged in socio-economic impact assessment with NTPC.
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COURSE ENROLMENT FEE: The Fee for Enrolment is Rs. 3000 + GST
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CRITERIA TO GET A CERTIFICATE
Assignment score = Score more than 50% in at least 9/12 assignments.
Exam score = 50% of the proctored certification exam score out of 100
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EXAM FEE: The remote proctoring exam is optional for a fee of Rs.1500 + GST. An additional fee of Rs.1500 will apply for a non-standard time slot.
5. Results and Certification
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Week 1: Management: Definition, nature, purpose and scope of management, Skills and roles of a Manager, functions, principles; Evolution of Management Thought, Scientific Management.
Week 2: Planning: Types of plans, planning process, Characteristics of planning, Traditional objective setting, Strategic Management, premising and forecasting
Week 3: Decision-Making: Process, Simon’s model of decision making, creative problem solving, group decision making.
Week 4: Management by Objectives: Management by exception; Styles of management: (American, Japanese and Indian), McKinsey’s 7-S Approach, Self Management
Week 5: Organizing: Organizational design and structure, Coordination, differentiation and integration.
Week 6: Span of management, centralization and de-centralization Delegation, Authority & power – concept & distinction, Line and staff organizations
Week 7: Staffing: Human Resource Management and Selection, Performance appraisal and Career strategy, Coordination- Concepts, issues and techniques
Week 8: Organizational Change: Introduction, Resistance to Change, Behavioural Reactions to Change, Approaches Or Models to Managing Organisational Change.
Week 9: Organizational Change: Introduction, Resistance to Change, Behavioural Reactions to Change, Approaches Or Models to Managing Organisational Change.
Week 10: Leading: Human Factors and Motivation, Leadership, Communication, Teams and Team Work
Week 11: Leading: Human Factors and Motivation, Leadership, Communication, Teams and Team Work
Week 12: Controlling: Concept, planning-control relationship, process of control, Types of Control, Control Techniques Characteristics of team