The following faculty members served on the Graduate Studies Committee in the spring semester 1998-1999.
The faculty has approval to offer the following courses in the academic years 1999-2000 and 2000-2001; however, not all courses are taught each semester or summer session. Students should consult the Course Schedule to determine which courses and topics will be offered during a particular semester or summer session. The Course Schedule may also reflect changes that have been made to the courses listed here since this catalog was published.
Unless otherwise stated below, each course meets for three lecture hours a week for one semester.
382. Seminar in Organizational Behavior.
Topic 1: Seminar in Organizational Behavior.
383. Current Issues in Organization
Topic 10: Strategic Human Resource Management.
Topic 11: Job Analyses and Compensation Systems.
Topic 12: Managing Training Strategically.
Topic 13: Human Resources Information Systems.
Topic 14: Managing Human Resource Flows.
Topic 15: The Context of Human Resource Management.
Topic 16: Managing People and Organizations.
Topic 20: Art and Science of Negotiation.
Topic 21: Decision Analysis.
Topic 30: Managing and Changing Cultures in Organizations.
Topic 31: Organizational Change and Strategic Renewal.
385. Current Issues in Strategic
Topic 1: Action Skills for Managers: Implementing Strategy.
Topic 2: The Art of Leadership.
Topic 3: Health Care Management.
Topic 4: Health Services Seminar.
Topic 5: Leadership, Literature, and the Individual.
Topic 6: Management Planning and Control in Complex Systems.
Topic 7: Managerial Ethics.
Topic 8: Managing Corporate Diversification and Renewal.
Topic 9: Strategic Analysis for High-Tech
Topic 20: Advanced Venture Development.
Topic 21: Entrepreneurial Behavior: Social and Business Aspects.
Topic 22: Entrepreneurship.
Topic 23: The Entrepreneurial Process.
Topic 24: Entrepreneurial Growth.
Topic 25: Social and Economic Aspects of Entrepreneurship.
Topic 30: Creative and Innovative Management.
Topic 31: Economic and National Security Policies.
Topic 32: Frontline Management.
Topic 33: Managing and Marketing in the Global Arena.
Topic 34: Technology Incubator Laboratory.
Topic 40: Natural Resources and Environmental Management I.
Topic 41: Natural Resources and Environmental Management II.
Topic 43: Facilitating Process Improvement.
Topic 48: Strategic Management and Marketing.
Topic 49: Strategic Management.
386. Current Issues in Operations
Topic 1: Service Management.
Topic 2: Manufacturing Management.
Topic 3: Management of Quality.
Topic 4: World-Class Manufacturing.
Topic 5: Managing Product Development.
Topic 6: Managing Projects.
Topic 7: Operations Strategy.
Topic 8: Quality Practicum.
Topic 9: Business Process Redesign.
Topic 10: Operations Practicum.
Topic 15: Project Management in Fast-Cycle Environments.
Topic 16: New Service Development.
390. Seminar: Organization Science.
Topic 1: Research in Organizational Science.
Topic 2: Introduction to Research Methods in Management.
Topic 3: Research Methods in Management.
Topic 4: Seminar in Organizational Behavior.
Topic 5: Seminar in Organization Theory and Design.
Topic 6: Organizational Decision Making.
Topic 7: Seminar in Organizational Cultures.
Topic 8: Decision Research.
Topic 9: Behavioral Decision Theory.
Topic 10: Field Methodology.
392. Seminar: Operations Management.
Topic 1: Design of Operational Systems.
Topic 2: Control of Operations Systems.
Topic 3: Quantitative Theory of Operations Management.
Topic 4: Operations Management Colloquium.
Topic 5: Research Topics.
Topic 6: Sequencing and Scheduling.
Topic 7: Inventory Theory.
393. Seminar: Strategic Management.
Topic 1: Foundations of Strategic Management.
Topic 2: Contemporary Issues in Strategic Management.
Topic 3: Research in Strategic Management.
Topic 4: Corporate Strategy.
Topic 5: Executive Leadership.
Topic 6: Management of Diversification.
Topic 7: Policy Analysis.
Topic 8: Systems Theory.
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