|Operations Management Lecture Notes|
|Management 349 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior|
Joe Dobson, Western Illinois University
This course enumerates the priciples of management and the behavior of different organizations.
|Management for IS Professionals|
Gary Bell, London South Bank University
This course covers the first stage of the first stream, managerial decision-making techniques. It provides an introduction to financial and management accounting and some aspects of planning. Separate notes will be given on Corporate Strategy and marketing.
Thomson Nelson, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
This course covers organizational management, projects, and processes. The main topics are Introduction to Management, Making Things Happen, Meeting the Competition, and Organizing People, Projects, and Processes.
|MS 100 Management & Supervision|
Ted Boehler, Coastline Community College, California
This course is a great resources for the budding manager or a self learner interested in management. The lecture notes are very detailed, easy to understand, and memorable. Some topics include human motivation, organization design, planning, team management and conflict, and operations management.
|Competitive and Cooperative Strategies|
Barry Nalebuff, Yale University
This is an upper division course for undergraduates that uses game theory and other economic principles to analyze competitive and cooperative strategies in business.
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