Organization and management
Lecturers and associates
dr.sc. Robert Kopal; mr.sc. Nataša Trojak
Aim of the subject
Introducing students to the definitions of management, history of management, organizational structures, manager’s tasks, managers, quantitative methods in management, the importance of finance and accounting for managers in computer science.
Knowledge and skills
Upon completion of the course student is expected to be able to fit into a company and to be able to recognize the organizational structure.
Nature and development of the management theory. Definitions of management. Scientific management. Principles of organization. Methods of organization. The influence of internal and external factors on the organization. Organizational structures. Modern trends in the shaping of an organization. Relationship of the organizational structure and management. Division of the management. Levels of management. Strategic Management. Missions and goals.
Definitions and types of management. Characteristics of a manager. Organizational structures - classical. Organizational structures - modern. Relationship between owner and a manager. Network analysis. Benchmarking. APACS analysis. Financial reports. HRM. MBO.
Lectures are presented through audio-visual presentations using modern teaching aids (projector, video, audio, smart board).
Exercises are performed in couples, triads and separately using audio and video records for later analysis and feedback. Exercises also include group discussions, debates and separate presentations performed by students.
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