Fundamentals of Contemporary Management

 

 

Course Name

Lecturer

Hours
Lectures/Seminars

1

Introduction to Management:
Emphasizes development of the insights and skills necessary to achieve organizational objectives through others by effectively using the managerial functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Offers methodology of decision making in contemporary and relevant situations facing today’s managers. Identifies management concepts that really work.

Sergey Tretyak, Ph.D., Chair Department of Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

4/4

 

 

 

2

Role of Manager in Organization:
Identifies qualities and abilities required for effective management. Explains a role and responsibilities of manager. Learn to transition from individual contributor to manager. Know how to work effectively with a multigenerational workforce. Explains the nuances when managing remote teams.

Sergey Tretyak, Ph.D., Chair Department of Management

 

 

 

 

4/4

 

3

Essentials of Performance Management:
Identifies the challenges to effective performance management. Explains how to conduct performance planning, facilitation and evaluation. Sets practical skill of setting goals, providing effective feedback and conducting alignment discussions.

Anna Kochemasova, Director General, Far Eastern International Logistics Center

4/4

4

Effective Communication:
Recognizes what effective communication really is. Explains the communication process. Knowledge of the barriers that can cause derailment and misunderstanding. Identifies the relative importance of face-to-face communication, and the five building blocks of managerial communication. Teaches to match the right communication method with your communication goal. Identifies the challenges and practices when communicating virtually.

Natalia Maximova, Ph.D., Chair Department of Business Language

8/8

5

Leadership as the Art of Influencing Others:
How to develop people, value differences and encourage honest communication. Develops leadership style to gain commitment from employees. Teaches how to match leadership style to the your developmental needs and task at hand

Sergey Tretyak, Ph.D., Chair Department of Management

 

4/4

6

Motivational Climate:
Defines motivation and your role in creating a motivational setting. Shows the cost of demotivation and disengagement. Recognizes important elements of the motivational process. Creates personal practice for building a motivational climate.

Elena Sidorova, Department of Business Language

4/4

7

Delegation for Growth and Development:
Identifies the different types of delegation. Knowledge of the benefits and challenges of delegation. Recognizes comfort with delegation. How to conduct an effective delegation conversation. Gives practical delegation skills.

Sergey Tretyak, Ph.D., Chair Department of Management

4/4

8

Comparative Management:
Identifies the institutional approach to comparative management. Shows the main features and comparing differences between management models of the USA, Japan, China and Russia. The influence of culture on leadership styles.

Georgiy Perov, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Management

 

8/8

Total:

80 hours