BM 1113 Management Theory and Practice

Out of the variety of ingredients for a productive manager, conceptual knowledge in ‘management’ places at the top of the list. Similarly, conceptual knowledge in ‘management’ is a necessity for a business management graduate since it enables the students to explore the world of ‘management’. This course unit provides students with the basic knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of ‘management’ with a view to set the foundation and ready students for advanced studies in ‘management’.  This course unit includes viewing an organization as an open system, defining and explaining key concepts in management, studying the evolution of management, explaining management in different perspectives, introducing different fields of management, and comparing and contrasting management theories and practices.