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RMMC-MI INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE FOR MANAGEMENT 121


COURSE SPECIFICATIONS
Course/Subject Catalog MANAGEMENT 121
Number
Principles of Business Organization and Management
Course Title

Credit
Lecture 3 unit
Laboratory
Number of Hours
Lecture 54
Laboratory
Pre-requisites None

This course is basic for all students in business education. It deals with the study of management of a dynamic business enterprise in
Course/ Subject Description response to the development of new ideas and frames of references, the strong urge to improve and meet the current demands upon
managers by economic, social, technical, and political forces.
The dynamic quality of business enterprise suggests the need for principles, theories and selected modern management practices.
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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES


College Vision RMMC-MI is a premier learner-centered institution committed to quality standard and innovative development.

College Mission RMMC- MI shall set a quality instruction, research and extension, and effective resource management.

Institutional Goals Aligned with the vision and mission are specific goals for key result areas (KRAs) on Instruction; Research; Extension;
and Resource Management:
KRA 1: INSTRUCTION
- Produce lifelong-learners through outcomes-based teaching and learning curriculum.
KRA 2: RESEARCH
- Create strong research culture.
- Disseminate salient research findings
Respond to the needs of the community
KRA 3: EXTENSION
- Establish strong industry and academe partnership, collaboration and linkages.
- Conduce highly visible community outreach programs.
KRA 4: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
- Establish effective quality management system through continuous monitoring of facilities, faculty and staff
development programs, and student services.
Academic Unit Objectives The Business College operates under the guidance of the University’s vision-mission and in compliance with the
Commission of Higher Education’s regulations with the following objectives:

That the students should have

1. Been equipped with the knowledge and skills of business theories and actual practices;
2. Developed the true spirit of entrepreneurship and enhanced professionalism in their chosen career;
3. Been inspired to contribute their expertise in developing the Philippines business and industry;
4. Acquired and put to practice their Christian values inspired by the ideals of Saint Marcellin Champagnat and
Mother Mary in their endeavors as business practitioners.
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Course/ Subject Objectives


At the end of the course the student is expected to:

1. Acquire adequate knowledge of principles, theories, and modern practices of an effective and efficient
management;
2. Describe managing as an integrated process involving a logical progression of functions and objectives;
3. Develop desirable values and right attitudes in the practice of managing business enterprise;
4. Develop their awareness on the social, ethical, and moral obligations of business toward society; and
5. Apply the principles of organization and management in varied business situations.

Teaching Values Materials/


Entry Topics/ Time Frame Specific Objectives Evaluation References
Strategies Integration Resources
1
Unit I. Introduction to Organizations and At the end of the unit, 1. Lecture 1. Quizzes 1. Perseverance 1. OHP Robbins, S. and
Management (2weeks: 6 hours) students should be able to: 2. Group 2. Graded and hard 2. Chalk/ Board Coulter, M
discussion Recitation work in 3. Posters (2007).
1. Who are managers? Who are managers 3. Poster 3. Activity fulfilling the 4. Magazines Introduction to
2. What is management? Presentations presentation roles, 5. Multi- Media Management.
3. What do managers do? 1. Define managers 4. Group functions, and Projector Pearson Prentice
3.1 management Functions 2. Explain how Sharing skills of a Hall.
3.2 management Roles managers differ 5. Interviews manager Page 32-55
3.3 Management Skills from non- 6. Group 2. Team work in
4. How the manager’s job is changing? managerial activity doing the Chuck, W.
5. What is an Organization? employees. group activity (2005).
6. Why Study Management? 3. Describe how to 3. Openness to Management.
classify managers in new ideas South Western
organizations through Thomson.
What is management group Page 2-33
discussion
1. Define management
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2. Explain why and Hill, C. and


efficiency and interviews Steven M.
effectiveness are 4. Respect of (2008). Principles
important to others of Management.
management perspectives Mcgraw Hill/
What managers do during group Irwin.
sharing and Page 4-27
1. Describe the four discussion
functions of 5. Cooperation Bateman, T. and
management through Scott S. (2007).
2. Explain the active Management
Mintzberg’s participation (Leading and
management roles in the Collaborating in a
3. Describe Katz’s activities competitive
three managerial World).
skills and how the Mcgraw Hill/
importance of Irwin.
these skills changes Page 4-27
depending on
managerial level Daft, R. (2005).
How the manager’s job is Management 7th
changing Edition. South-
Western
1. Explain why Thomson.
customer service Page 3-35
and innovation are
important to the Gomez-Mejia,
manager’s job Luis, et. Al.
What is an organization? (2005).
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1. Describe the Management


characteristics of (People,
an organization Performance
2. Explain how the Change) 2nd
concept of an Edition.
organization is Mcgraw Hill/
changing Irwin.
Why study management? Page 4-12

1. Explain the
universality of
management
concept
2. Discuss why an
understanding of
management is
important
3. Describe the
rewards and
challenges of being
managers
4. Discuss the changes
that are impacting
manager’s jobs

2
Unit II. A Look at Management Yesterday At the end of the unit, 3. Lecture 1. Quizzes 1. Deeper 1. OHP Robbins, S. and
and Today (3weeks: 9 hours) students should be able to: 4. Group 2. Graded appreciation 2. Chalk/ Board Coulter M.
Discussion Recitation of the history 3. Multi-Media (2007).
1. Historical Background of Management of Projector
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2. Scientific Management Historical Background of 5. Role 3. Role- play management Introduction to


2.1 Frederick Taylor (Four Principles of Management Playing Presentation and on the Management.
Management) 6. Group contribution Pearson Prentice
2.2 Frank and Lillian Gilberth 1. Explain why Sharing of the Hall. Page 56-78
3. General Administrative Theory studying 7. Group Theorist of
3.1 Henri Fayol (14 Principles of management Activity Management Daft, R. (2005).
Management history is important 2. Teamwork in Management 7th
3.2 Max Weber (ideal Bureaucracy) 2. Describe some the Edition. South-
4. Quantitative Approach to early evidence of performance Western
Management management of the role- Thomson.
5. Toward Understanding Organizational practices play. Page 40-75
Behavior Scientific Management 3. Perseverance
5.1 Advocates and hard Gomez- Mejia,
5.2 Hawthorne Studies 1. Describe the work in Luis, et al.
6. System Approach important fulfilling the (2005).
7. Contingency Approach contributions made roles, Management
by Frederick W. functions, and (People,
Taylor and Frank skills of a Performance,
and Lillian Gilberth manager Change) 2nd
2. Explain how today’s 4. Openness to Edition.
manager use new ideas Macgraw Hil/
scientific through Irwin. Page 14-36
management group
General Administrative discussion
Theory and
interviews
1. Discuss Fayol’s 5. Respect of
contribution to others
management perspectives
theory during group
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2. Describe Max sharing and


Weber’s discussion
contribution to 6. Cooperation
management through
theory active
3. Explain how today’s participation
managers use in the
general activities
administrative
theories of
management
Quantitative Approach

1. Explain what the


quantitative
approach has
contributed to the
field of
management
2. Discuss how
today’s managers
use quantitative
approach
Organizational Behavior

1. Describe the
contributions of the
early advocates of
OB
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2. Explain the
contributions of the
Hawthrone Studies
to the field of
management
3. Discuss how
today’s managers
use the behavioral
approach
System Approach

1. Describe an
organization using
the system
approach
2. Discuss how the
system approach
helps us
understand
management
Contingency Approach

1. Explain how the


contingency
approach differs
from the early
theories of
management
2. Discuss how the
contingency
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approach help us
understand
management
2
Unit III. Decision-Making: Essence of the At the end of the unit, 11. Lecture 1. Quizzes 1. Values of 1. OHP Robbins, S. and
Manager’s Job (2weeks: 6 hours) students should be able to: 12. Group 2. Graded objectivity, 2. Chalk/ Board Coulter M.
discussion Recitation independence 3. Cases (2007).
1. Decision- Making Process Decision-making process 13. Case 3. Case and 4. Multi-Media Introduction to
2. The Manager as Decision Maker study Analysis and impartiality in Projector Management.
2.1 Making Decision: Rationality, 1. Define decision and 14. Group Presentation weighing Pearson Prentice
Bounded Rationality and Intuition decision-making sharing situation in Hall. Page 184-
2.2 Types of Problems and Decision process 15. Group the case 210
2.3 Decision-making conditions 2. Describe the eight activity studies
2.4 Decision-making styles steps in decision- 2. Openness to Chuck, W.
making process suggestions (2005).
The Manager as Decision and critiques Management.
Maker during case South Western
study Thomson.
1. Discuss the 3. Teamwork Page 166-201
assumptions of and
rational decision cooperation
making in group Hill, C. and
2. Describe the activity Steven M.
concepts of (2008). Principles
bounded rationality, of Management.
satisficing, and McGraw Hill/
escalation of Irwin.
commitment Page 121-129
3. Explain intuitive
decision making
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4. Contrast the Bateman, T. and


programmed and Scott S. (2007).
non-programmed Management
decisions (Leading and
5. Contrast the three Collaborating in a
decision making competitive
conditions World).
6. Explain maximax, McGraw Hill/
maximin, minimax Irwin.
decision choice Page 76-86
approach
7. Describe the four (4) Daft, R. (2005).
decision-making Management 7th
styles Edition. South-
8. Discuss the twelve Western
(12) decision-making Thomson.
biases managers Page 304-343
may exhibit
9. Describe how Gomez- Mejia,
managers can deal Luis, et al.
with the negative (2005).
effects of decision Management
errors and biases (People,
10. Explain the Performance,
managerial decision- Change) 2nd
making model Edition.
McGraw Hill/
Irwin. Page 238-
267
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