1 MGT5380.E1 Management SPRING AMBERTON UNIVERSITY e-course SYLLABUS PROFESSOR INFORMATION: Name: Dr. Di Ann Sanchez, SPHR, SHRM-SCP Phone Number: ext Address: COURSE INFORMATION: MGT5380.E1 Management Level: Graduate Beginning Date of Session: Saturday, March 12, Ending Date of Session: Thursday, May 19, Student access available to the Student Portal: Saturday, March 12,. Students enrolled in distance learning courses are not assessed any additional fees for security or identity verification. TEXTBOOK(S) AND REQUIRED MATERIALS: Title: Management Author: H. Aguinis Publisher: Pearson Year Published:2013 Edition: 3 rd ISBN: 10: ISBN-13: Price: Available at Amberton University has an agreement with ecampus.com to provide a full-service online bookstore to students. The Amberton University Virtual Bookstore is accessible through the University s website, There is also a bookstore link in the Student Portal. The AU Virtual Bookstore provides an easy to use interface, online buyback of books, and same day shipment of most titles with an average delivery time of 2-3 days depending on the student s location. Textbook options include new, used, rental, and electronic media as available. Since no books are sold on campus, students should plan accordingly and purchase their books in advance of the first day of class, allowing time for shipping. Be certain you are enrolled in the course before purchasing your book(s). All textbook information (Title, Author, ISBN, etc.) is available in the course syllabi so students can shop competitively. Most textbooks can be purchased from many different textbook vendors. Some textbooks may only be available on the University s Virtual Bookstore. Students should be careful to obtain the exact resource(s) required for the course. COURSE PREREQUISITES: None COURSE COMPETENCIES: The following represents the course competencies for this class. Competencies are equivalent for all lecture and distance learning courses. Following each competency is the assignment used to gain mastery of this area of study.
2 This course provides students the skills necessary to understand performance management in organizations (both domestic and global) and how it impacts the business environment. The course will examine the concepts, designs, applications and implementation of performance management that helps increase an organization s human capital. A variety of performance management topics will be discussed including strategic and general considerations such as rewards systems, process, measurement, behaviors, communications, employee development, legal issues and team performance. The course will also explore the future of performance management by identifying alignment with strategic goals, future technology, and contextual issues affecting the performance management system. UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE COMPETENT IN: 1. Identifying multiple purposes of a performance management system including strategic, administrative, informational, developmental, organizational, maintenance and documentation purposes. (Chapter 1, Assignment 1) 2. Exploring the key features of an ideal performance management system. (Chapter 2, Assignment 1, Graduate Project) 3. Researching the role of performance management in the business context. (Chapter 2, Assignment 1, Graduate Project) 4. Differentiating results from behaviors, performance planning, performance renewal and re-contracting. (Chapter 2, Assignment 1, Graduate Project) 5. Discussing the importance of prerequisites needed before a performance management system is implemented, including knowledge of the organizations mission and strategic goals and knowledge of the positions within the organization. (Chapter 3, Assignment 2, Graduate Project) 6. Identifying the various factors that determine performance, including declarative knowledge, procedural knowledge and motivation. (Chapter 4, Assignment 2) 7. Discovering various types of teams and how teams may require different types of performance management. (Chapter 5, Assignment 3, Graduate Project) 8. Designing a performance management systems that focuses on individual performance, individual performance that contributes to team performance. (Chapter 11, Assignment 4, Graduate Project) 9. Exploring the behavioral approach to measuring performance including the identification and assessment of competencies. (Chapter 6, Assignment 3) 10. Developing comparative performance measurement systems such as simple rank order, alternation rank order, paired comparisons, relative percentile and forced distribution (being aware of the relative advantages and disadvantages of each). (Chapter 5, Assignment 3) 11. Discovering the psychological mechanisms leading to the inflation and deflation of performance ratings. (Chapter 6, Assignment 3) 12. Designing effective appraisal forms. (Chapter 7, Assignment 3, Graduate Project) 13. Describing the critical steps that must be taken before the performance management system is launched, communication plan, training programs, and various measurements that will provide information regarding the systems effectiveness. (Chapter 7, Assignment 3, Graduate Project) 14. Examining the importance and benefits of including a developmental plan as part of the performance management system. (Chapter 8, Assignment 4) 15. Developing a performance management system that includes both task and contextual performance dimensions. (Chapter 2, Assignment 1, Graduate Project) 16. Discovering and identifying the key skills managers need to manage the performance of their employees effectively, including skills regarding coaching, giving feedback and conducting performance review meetings. (Chapter 8, Assignment 4) 17. Understanding the manager s personality and behavioral preferences determine his or her coaching style. (Chapter 9, Assignment 4) 18. Designing a contingent pay plan, taking into account key variables such as the organization s culture and strategic business objectives. (Chapter 10, Assignment 4, Graduate Project) 19. Identifying the ethical and legal considerations for performance management as well as the point at which a performance management system allows illegal discrimination. (Chapter 10, Assignment 4, Graduate Project) 20. Exploring and identifying issues involved in implementing a performance system on-line. (Chapter 11, Assignment 4)
3 COURSE POLICIES: 1. Guidelines for Written Assignments. When you submit written work, please prepare it in wordprocessor using a format/style consistent with professional business practice. All written assignments must use APA standards (see using APA style in the library resources). The following website will provide some examples of proper APA citations (http://www.apastyle.org) but the best source is The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6 th edition).. 2. Late Policy for Assignments is as follows: An assignment submitted after the due date will be assessed a 10% grade deduction for the first 2 days late and 5% each day afterwards up to 5 days. If circumstances arise that preclude meeting this course requirement or assignment deadline, you must notify me immediately. a. If an assignment is turned in 5 or more days late, the assignment will be accepted but NO points will be earned. When submitting an assignment, please include your name, MGT5380.E1, and the assignment title on the first page of the assignment. When you upload your assignment to moodle it must be able to be opened in order for it to be considered on time. b. Assignments not submitted correctly will not be graded and will be returned. Resubmitted assignments must still be in by the due date. Due date credit is not given for assignments that are returned ungraded. c. All assignments must be submitted by 11:30 pm (CST) on the dates listed to ensure no penalty points will be applied. The student is responsible if a file is submitted that cannot be read and therefore cannot be graded. It is acceptable to submit assignments early, however; grading will be according to the stated schedule for the due dates. No work will be accepted after one week past the due dates. 3. Extra Credit There is no extra credit work in this class. 4. Academic Resources When conducting research for an assignment, the majority of your sources should be the text books or peer-reviewed academic journals, such as those found in the university library databases. Internet searches will often take you to non-academic information resources such as Wikipedia.com, Ask.com, Encarta.msn.com, Infoplease.com, etc. Information gathered from these sites may be unreliable and inaccurate since they do not follow the formal oversight of the peer review process. Please avoid using these sites. They will not be permitted in this course and will not count towards fulfilling assignments. 5. Feedback Feedback is provided for graded exercises and assignments within 5-6 days of the due date. Moreover, if you need feedback at any time regarding participation assignments, please ask. 6. Incompletes Amberton University policy states that it is up to an instructor s discretion as to whether or not he or she grants an Incomplete at the end of the a course. 7. Course Contribution You are expected to study and learn, provide on-time completion of assignments, and regularly participate in and supply effective contributions to on-line discussions and activities. Those who demonstrate consistently high quality, professional performance, and who regularly contribute to course activities will earn high grades in this course. As a guideline you should login to the course and participate in the discussion at least two (2) times per week. Please plan on meeting the course requirements schedule. On rare occasions, circumstances beyond your control may result in your missing a course commitment. Please contact me in advance of the due dates to discuss you situation.
4 Student s Responsibilities This syllabus contains information, policies and procedures for a specific course. By enrolling, the student agrees to read, understand and abide by the policies, rules, regulations, and ethical standards of Amberton University as contained in the current university catalog and schedule of classes. A successful learning experience depends on the student s willingness to stay on schedule with respect to due dates, course readings and other requirements. You are encouraged to plan ahead and pace yourself accordingly. COURSE OUTLINE AND CALENDAR: Week Week 1 Week 2 Topic Management and Reward Systems in Context & Management Process Management and Strategic Planning Competencies Covered Readings 1-4, 15 Chapter Chapters 3 Due Dates Sunday, March 13, Orientation to Class; Text Review Syllabus Review 11:30 PMCST Sunday, March 20, Assignment 1 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Defining and Choosing a Measurement Approach Measuring Results and Behaviors Gathering Information 6 Chapters 4 7,10, Chapter 5 9,11 Chapter 6 Sunday, March 27, Sunday, April 3, Assignment 2 Sunday, April 10, Week 6 Implementing a Management System Chapters 7 Sunday, April 17, Assignment 3 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Management and Employee Development Management Skills Reward Systems and Legal Issues & Managing Team Graduate Research Project Due 14, 16, Chapters 8 17 Chapter 9 8, Chapter Sunday, April 24, Sunday, May 1, Assignment 4 Sunday, May 8,
5 Week 10 Discussion Posts on Graduate Assignments 1-20 Thursday, May12, GRADING CRITERIA: ASSIGNMENTS: Homework assignments will be taken from the exercises, case studies and problems located at the end of each of the chapters. Assignment 1 Due Week 2 Assignment 2 - Due Week 4 Assignment 3 Due Week 6 Assignment 4 Due Week 8 Graduate Team Project Due Week 9 ASSIGNMENTS AND ARTICLE REVIEWS: During this session there will be article reviews as part of the assignments and each requires a three (3) page written critique of two scholarly, peer-reviewed, journal articles related to the reading for the week. There will be an on-line discussion component for each review that will require student to share the research they have reviewed. Detailed instructions for the assignment will be provided in the course. The reviews must follow APA guidelines and written requirements outlined in the syllabus. DISCUSSION POSTINGS: Discussion postings are a two-step process. In Step 1 you will be asked to post a response to a discussion question. This may include textbook questions, reviewing video links, conducting internet searches and/or mini-cases. I am expecting 250 to 400 words in your responses. In Step 2 you will pick two other students posting and give them feedback. You job is not is not to nit pick his or her post. If you disagree, provide scholarly-based feedback. You should expand upon the posting content in your response. Be specific in your feedback. I am expecting words in each of your responses to other student s postings. Responses to other students postings are due 5 days after the due date for the Step 1 postings. Grading of discussion postings will be proportioned as follows: 60% - your original posting 20% - review of one other posting 20% - review of one other posting GRADUATE PROJECT: Each graduate student will produce and record a Power Point presentation (posted to the class) developing and designing an effective performance review process for the 21 st century global troubled company. The Graduate Project should explore the future of performance management by identifying alignment with strategic goals, future technology, and contextual issues affecting the performance management system. Please note that the Graduate project will be due May 12,. Assignment 1 15% 15 points Assignment 2 15% 15 points Assignment 3 15% 15 points Assignment 4 15% 15 points Graduate Team Project 25% 25 points Discussions and Participation 15% 15 points TOTAL POSSIBLE 100% 100 points GRADING CRITERIA: Graduate A B C
6 62 71 D Below 62 F GRADE NOTIFICATION AND INSTRUCTOR FEEDBACK: A successful distance learning experience requires a flow of communication between instructor and student throughout the session. Instructor comments are considered essential to the learning process. Therefore, each assignment/exam submitted will be reviewed, graded and returned to the student in a timely manner along with the appropriate commentary. Students should carefully review all comments. Final grades are mailed approximately one week after the last day of the session to the student s address of record. Amberton University staff will not post or release grades over the phone. University instructors will not leave a message with comments or grades in any type of media that is not secure. For questions regarding grades after the semester has ended, students should use their University account and contact the instructor at the faculty address as provided above in Professor Information area. Incomplete Grades An I (incomplete grade) is given at the discretion of the professor and may be given only when an emergency or illness prevents the student from completing course requirements. Should an I be granted, the student has 30 days from the end of the session to complete the conditions of the incomplete. An I which is not properly removed within 30 days following the session enrolled will become an F grade. How To Withdraw From a Course To be official, the class withdrawal must be in writing and signed by the student requesting the withdrawal; no withdrawal is accepted verbally. Please review the Schedule of Classes (online or in-print) for procedures for class changes or withdrawals and the refund policy and schedule. COURSE DELIVERY METHODOLOGY: This course is offered as a distance-learning course through the Moodle Learning Platform. Amberton s distance learning courses, called e-courses, are identical to classroom courses in terms of learning outcomes, competencies, and instructor expectations. A student choosing to take an e-course must have the following skills and technical capabilities: 1. Access to the Internet 2. General knowledge in: Internet browser settings and configuration and file attachments Uploading and downloading files Using a word processing package 3. Ability to conduct on-line research Students who have not mastered these skills should not enroll for this course, but should consider enrolling in MIS2110 Computer Concepts and Internet Technologies for instruction in these areas. HOW TO ACCESS YOUR COURSE: Through the Amberton University Student Portal Students enrolled in distance learning courses using the Moodle Learning Platform may access the course through the Amberton University Student Portal. The site may be accessed through the University s main page (http://www.amberton.edu) or at After selecting the Student Portal link, you will be prompted for a Username and Password. Use your assigned username and password (AUID) as described below to enter the AU Student Portal:
7 Username = your capitalized firstname initial+lastname+last 3 digits of your SSN. * Use your name exactly as it is listed on the University s records, including any suffixes or hyphenations, such as Jr, Sr, or II, as a part of your username. For example: James Jones, Jr. SSN: Username: JJonesJr789 Password = your Amberton University ID# (AUID) including the dashes For example: Once your login has been validated, you may select from a variety of menu options, including your individual E-Course, account, Discussion Forum, Chat Room, Remote Research, General Tools, all Syllabi, Research Tutorials and Electronic Instructor Folders (FTP). If you are accessing the Student Portal from a public or shared computer, close the browser completely when finished, or click on the Logout button. For security purposes, no other person should have access to your Username or Password. If you feel your information has been compromised or if you experience technical difficulties, contact the e-course system administrator at: If you have lost or do not know your Amberton ID#, please contact the Student Services Office 972/ or for a replacement AUID card. You must know your Amberton ID# to gain access to the course and to send to your professor. Through the Amberton University Moodle Website Students enrolled in distance learning courses using the Moodle Learning Platform may also access the course by going to: For those utilizing Moodle for the first time, the username and password for the Moodle Learning Platform will be ed to the student s University account prior to the start of the course. For those returning to Moodle who do not remember their username and password, click on the link Forgotten your username or password available on the Moodle log in page (http://moodle.amberton.edu). Otherwise use the same username and password as previous session. Moodle Tutorial: Upon successful log in and access to the Moodle learning platform, there is a Student Moodle Tutorials course available, to learn about the basics of Moodle. Simply click on the link for the Student Moodle Tutorials and read through the various learning topics: Navigating; Communicating; Assignments & Exams; Grades; and Student Resources. COURSE COMMUNICATIONS: Students will communicate with faculty through the Moodle Learning Platform or the Amberton University system. ******NEW STUDENT INFORMATION***** Each student enrolled is assigned an Amberton account, which gives the student access to the Amberton system (my.amberton.edu). This account is provided by Google Apps for Education. Students are encouraged to check their regularly for University news, notices, and to communicate with instructors. The student s assigned address would be Example:
8 The student Username is determined by: firstname initial+lastname+last 3 digits of student ssn. For example: Linda Jones-Smith SSN: Address = Students will be prompted for a Username and Password when accessing their account. Use the Username portion of the address as the username (Example: LJones-Smith789) and your Amberton ID# (including the dashes) as the password. If you already have a Google gmail account, you might be prompted to add this account to your current account. Click Yes and you will be logged into your my.amberton.edu account. It will be a separate account from your personal gmail account. If you need assistance with your account, please visit https://support.google.com/mail Students are responsible for reviewing the Communication Guidelines provided on the individual E- Course for specific instructor requirements. Upon completion of a session, all communication and course specific information is removed from the Moodle system. If a student needs to maintain a record of communications or assignments, the student is strongly encouraged to print out or download these items to a disk for their own records. FORMAT AND SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENTS: Assignments are to be submitted to the appropriate assignment Drop Box in the Moodle system. Specific directions and guidelines for submission of assignments are located on-line in the Communication Guidelines of the e-course. Due to compatibility issues, Office 2007 files cannot be read by earlier versions of Microsoft Office. Before submitting an exercise file, confirm the file is in the proper format for grading by the instructor. COURSE EVALUATION: Each session, all Amberton students are requested to evaluate their courses. The evaluation process is an important one and provides students with an anonymous and confidential way to give meaningful feedback to the University. Summary information and comments are provided to faculty after the close of the session. Students identities are not disclosed. Students will be notified through the Amberton system of the Course Evaluation procedures. Usually, the evaluations take place during the last two weeks of the session. Please take advantage of this opportunity and participate in the evaluation process. ACADEMIC HONESTY/PLAGIARISM: Plagiarism is the presentation of someone else s information as though it were your own. If you use another person s words, ideas or information, or if you use material from a source whether a book, magazine, newspaper, business publication, broadcast, speech, or electronic media you must acknowledge the source. Failure to do so violates Amberton University s ethics policy. RESEARCH RESOURCES: The student is encouraged to use the Amberton Electronic Library as a research resource for this course. The Electronic Library provides access to full-text and abstract articles as well as links to a variety of remote research tools. Students can search Amberton Library Resource Center holdings through the on-line public access circulation system. The physical library contains a specialized collection of research materials specifically chosen to support the degrees and courses offered at Amberton. Interlibrary loan and document delivery services are available. The TexShare Card offers borrowing privileges in libraries all across the state of Texas. Students with research questions or questions about Library services are encouraged to visit the Ask-A-Librarian section of the discussion forum or their questions to
9 RESEARCH TUTORIALS: Online research resources are available through Research Tools Database, accessible through the Student Portal. (For additional assistance, students may access the Research Tutorials link located in the General Tools area on the Student Portal.) Access the Portal by clicking Student Portal from the University s website. You must know your Amberton ID to access the Portal.
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