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Prerequisites: Open to MBA students, others with permission. Not open to students who have passed or are currently enrolled in MGMT 5183. (RG 5636)
Grading Basis: Graded
Today's business climate demands that organizations and their managers be innovative, flexible, adaptive, and capable of maximizing the contributions of all their members. In addition, effective managers must possess the leadership and team skills necessary to manage an increasingly diverse work force. This course examines topics such as leadership, motivation, team dynamics, organization structure, design and culture, conflict, power and politics.
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|Term||Class Number||Campus||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Session||Schedule||Enrollment||Location||Grading Basis||Notes|
|1198 12471 1 M20||Fall 2019||12471||Stamford||Hybrid/Blended||Methasani, Redona||M20||Reg||Sa 9:00am‑5:00pm
|Graded||Hybrid Course- Online from 10/14 - 12/6 In-person on 10/19 and 11/16|
|1198 11702 1 R10||Fall 2019||11702||Hartford||In Person||Powell, Gary||R10||Reg||Mo 6:00pm‑9:00pm
|1198 12240 1 W31||Fall 2019||12240||Waterbury||In Person||Wien, Stanley||W31||Reg||We 4:00pm‑6:45pm
|1203 14831 1 M20||Spring 2020||14831||Stamford||In Person||Methasani, Redona||M20||Reg||Th 7:00pm‑10:00pm
|1203 14167 1 R10||Spring 2020||14167||Hartford||Online||R10||Reg||0/40||Graded||Note to the registrant: This course is a fully online course that runs over eight weeks (Jan 22- March 15). This is done to allow for successful integration of the course material as compliant to that format and as done with previous online versions of this course. Course site access will be given roughly two to three weeks in advance to the course start date to review the course structure and materials. You will be notified at that time of any advanced preparation items.|
|1203 14724 1 R11||Spring 2020||14724||Hartford||Hybrid/Blended||R11||Reg||0/30||Graded||Online March 11 - May 3 with two in person meetings April 6th and April 27th|