Win – Win Transaction My objectives My expectations from you Your expectations from me Your Objectives -To pass knowledge -To pass experience -To facilitate applications -To learn -To gain new friends -To be attentive -To probe -To seek guidance -To participate -To keep in touch -To pass knowledge -To pass experience -To guide -To be nice -To give good marks. -To gain knowledge -To gain experience -To be able to apply -To have fun -To get your degree.
Standards of Evaluation 10%Attendance 10%Participation 20%Assignments 20%Project 40%Exam
Topics to be discussed NEW ERA OF MANAGEMENT “DAFT 2 nd EDITION” Fundamentals of management Historical foundations of management The environment and corporate culture Managerial ethics and social responsibility Managerial planning and goal setting Strategy formulation and implementation Designing adaptive organizations Managerial and quality control Leadership in organizations Motivation in organizations Teamwork in organizations
Topics to be discussed ELECTONIC COMMERCE 2008 “PEARSON INTERNATIONAL EDITION” Introduction to e-commerce and e-marketplaces Internet consumer retailing B2B e-commerce EC support services EC strategy and implementation
Contemporary Management NEW ERA OF MANAGEMENT DAFT LECTURE1 Dr. Mohamed Hesham Mansour
Effective Goals Have Five Parts 1. Intentions 2. Outcomes 3. Methods/Resources 4. Deadlines 5. Action Plan
How to Set Goals Deadlines Methods/Resources OutcomesIntentions Through: - Equipment - Personal action - Technology - Delegation - Staffing - Training - Task forces - Analysis - Research Having: - A product - An increased profit - An approach - A reduced cost - A more efficient way - Fewer mistakes - Higher performance - A system To: - Develop - Evaluate - Increase - Choose - Decrease - Purchase - Install - Test - Inform - Produce - Complete - Prevent
How to Insure Success with Goals? (AIR) Alignment Have you aligned this goal with your organization’s mission? Have you aligned this goal with your departmental mission? Have you aligned this goal with your boss’s mission and vision? A Impact What difference will it make to the organization? I Rewards What’s in it for everybody? “Remember that people repeat the behavior for which they are rewarded”. R
Performance Management and Alignment Company Vision Company core values Company mission Company goals Critical Success Factors Division objectives Critical success factors Individuals objectives
Priority Management Priority Definition A priority is any task or item that is important and has relative urgency.