University of North Texas at Dallas. Fall 2011 SYLLABUS. MGMT 4860D 090: Organizational Design and Change. Division of Urban and Professional Studies

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1 University of North Texas at Dallas Fall 2011 SYLLABUS MGMT 4860D 090: Organizational Design and Change 3Hrs Division of Urban and Professional Studies Department of Management Instructor Name: Office Location: Marlin R. Suell Bldg.#2 Rm. 302A Office Phone: (972) Cell Phone (903) Address: Office Hours: Appointment Classroom Location: DAL2 Room 213 Class Meeting Days & Monday 1:00 pm 3:50 pm Times: Course Catalog Organizational design is a primary management tool for organization business processes and developing organizational capabilities. The course focuses on developing an understanding of the basics of organizational design, how to utilize organizational design principles to manage change, and how to keep the design aligned with the needs of the firm and the demands to which it must respond. The design and development effort includes study of organizational structures, the basic work patterns of the organization, organizational cultures, managerial roles, and the use of teams.

2 Prerequisite: Co requites Required Text: Good standing for taking the 4860 level Mgmt course. Consult College of Business advisor if you are unsure. None Draft, R. L. (2009). Organization Theory and Design. 10th ed. South Western College Pub. ISBN 13: Additional materials will be provided through Blackboard. It is the students' responsibility to follow updates to Blackboard. Access to Learning Resources: UNT Dallas Library: Phone: (972) Web: dallas/library.htm UNT Dallas Bookstore: (972) e mail: Course Goals or Overview: This course is structured to help students understand the relationships between different functional areas of business and to make strategic decisions. Learning Objectives/Outcomes: At the end of this course, the student will display knowledge of the following organizational design and change competencies. 1. Relationships in Organizational Theory: how an organization s structure and culture interrelate with an organization s environment (including its stakeholders); 2. Levers for Organizational Design: types of organizational structure and culture; 3. Strategies for Organizational Design: ways to use organizational design levers to promote an effective fit between an organization and its environment (thereby achieving its goals); 4. Types of Organizational Change Initiatives: revolutionary and evolutionary organizational change, ongoing organizational learning and when each type of change is appropriate; 5. Strategies for Organizational Change: key roles and levers for change, overcoming resistance and setbacks to accomplishing change.

3 Course Outline This schedule is subject to change by the instructor. Any changes to this schedule will communicated by Blackboard . TOPICS Introduction Chp. 1: Organizations and Organization Theory Chp. 2: Strategy, Organizational Design, and Effectiveness Aug. 29, 2011 TIMELINE Holiday (Labor Day) Aug. 5, 2011 EXAM 1 Sept. 12, 2011 Chp. 3: Fundamentals of Organizational Structure Chp. 4: The External Environment Sept EXAM 2 Sept. 26, 2011 Chp. 5: Inter organizational Relationships Chp. 6: Designing Organizations for the International Environment Oct. 3, 2011 EXAM 3 Oct. 10, 2011 Chp. 7: Manufacturing and Service Technology Chp. 8: Using IT for Coordination and Control Oct. 17, 2011 EXAM 4 Oct. 24, 2011 Chp. 9: Organization Size, Life Cycle, and Decline Chp. 10: Organizational Culture and Ethical Value Oct. 31, 2011 EXAM 5 Nov. 7, 2011 Chp. 11: Innovation and Change Chp. 12: Decision Making Process Chp. 13: Conflict, Power, and Polotics Nov

4 EXAM 6 Nov. 21 Case Study Project Due Nov. 28 Pre Finals Dec. 5 Finals Dec. 12 Grading Matrix: Instrument Value (points or percentages) Total Exams 6* 50 points each 300 Assignments 6 * 5 points each 30 Project 50 points 50 Class Participation 20 points 20 Total: 400 Grade Determination: A = pts; i.e. 90% or better B = pts; i.e % C = pts; i.e % D = pts; i.e % F = 239 pts or below; i.e. less than 60%

5 University Policies and Procedures Students with Disabilities (ADA Compliance): The University of North Texas Dallas faculty is committed to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Students' with documented disabilities are responsible for informing faculty of their needs for reasonable accommodations and providing written authorized documentation. For more information, you may visit the Office of Disability Accommodation/Student Development Office, Suite 115 or call Laura Smith at Student Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness Policy: The Student Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness (SETE) is a requirement for all organized classes at UNT. This short survey will be made available to you at the end of the semester, providing you a chance to comment on how this class is taught. I am very interested in the feedback I get from students, as I work to continually improve my teaching. I consider the SETE to be an important part of your participation in this class. Assignment Policy: Late work will not be accepted. Exam Policy: Exams will be on Blackboard. No makeup examinations will allowed except for documented emergencies (See Student Handbook). Academic Integrity: Academic integrity is a hallmark of higher education. You are expected to abide by the University s code of conduct and Academic Dishonesty policy. Any person suspected of academic dishonesty (i.e., cheating or plagiarism) will be handled in accordance with the University s policies and procedures. Refer to the Student Code of Conduct at for complete provisions of this code. Bad Weather Policy: On those days that present severe weather and driving conditions, a decision may be made to close the campus. In case of inclement weather, call UNT Dallas Campuses main voic number (972) or search postings on the campus website Students are encouraged to update their Eagle Alert contact information, so they will receive this information automatically.

6 Attendance and Participation Policy: The University attendance policy is in effect for this course. Class attendance and participation is expected because the class is designed as a shared learning experience and because essential information not in the textbook will be discussed in class. The dynamic and intensive nature of this course makes it impossible for students to make up or to receive credit for missed classes. Attendance and participation in all class meetings is essential to the integration of course material and your ability to demonstrate proficiency. Students are responsible to notify the instructor if they are missing class and for what reason. Students are also responsible to make up any work covered in class. It is recommended that each student coordinate with a student colleague to obtain a copy of the class notes, if they are absent. Diversity/Tolerance Policy: Students are encouraged to contribute their perspectives and insights to class discussions. However, offensive & inappropriate language (swearing) and remarks offensive to others of particular nationalities, ethnic groups, sexual preferences, religious groups, genders, or other ascribed statuses will not be tolerated. Disruptions which violate the Code of Student Conduct will be referred to the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities as the instructor deems appropriate. Other Policies: Students are expected to use proper written and oral communication. e mail: Please follow the guidelines listed below: Give message a subject/title Start the message with a greeting. (ex. Dear Mr. Suell) Make sure your message is clear and free of spelling and grammar mistakes Make sure your message has an ending (ex. Sincerely, regards, best wishes) Include your name at the end of the message. If you are sending an e mail to, include the course and section number for the course as well. Communication: I will be using blackboard as a form of communication. You are required to check blackboard and UNT e mail account every day and follow the announcements and materials that are uploaded as needed. I check my Blackboard e mail at least once a day during the week and at least once during the weekend. If it is an urgent issue, send a copy of your e mail to It is your responsibility to follow the course outline, know the test and submission dates, and come to class prepared.

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