MGT 118 Principles of Supervision (3)

3 hours lecture per week

This course covers supervisory concepts applying business terminology and practices of today’s first line managers. The relationship of the five functions of management (planning, organizing, staffing, influencing/leading and controlling) and the role of the supervisor in the business organization to reach department/company objectives will be analyzed in detail.

Course Syllabus
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Aloha! I’m glad you dropped by for a visit. My name is Dag. I’m a lecturer in the business, legal and technology education department. I teach Management 118, Principles of Supervision. Supervision is the first level of management. This course introduces you to terminology and practices at this management level. We examine in depth the management functions of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. The course also examines the dynamic relationship of how these five functions interact with the role of the supervisor to reach the objectives of the organization. This class is filled with lively hands on activities to develop your management knowledge and skills. I sincerely invite you to join me this coming semester. Mahalo for your time, see you very soon.