HO 201   Principles of Management

3 credits

This course presents a thorough and systematic coverage of management functions, namely planning, organizing, leading and controlling. It focuses on characteristics of organizations and management, evolution and scope of management concepts, ranging from classic to contemporary periods. Special attention is given to an interrelationship between management functions and the extent to which an external environment makes a critical impact to an organization. It also examines the basic roles, skills, functions of management necessary for accomplishing the objectives on grounds of human-related effects to organizations and ethical implications of managerial decisions.