Management in an Information Society
Contemporary Problems in Organizational Management
Winter Quarter, 1999
|Theresa A. Aragon||Neil Delisanti|
|Office: Library 3224||Office: Library 3213|
|Office Hours: By Appointment||Office Hours: By Appointment|
|Phone: 360-866-6000 Ext. 6840||Phone: 360-866-6000 Ext. 6723|
|E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org||E-mail: email@example.com|
Class Sessions: January 8-10; February 5-7; March 5-7, 1999
Students are expected to participate fully in all aspects of the class, to thoroughly prepare for each class session and to complete all assignments on time. Late assignments will not be accepted. Attendance is essential. Unexcused absences, late, incomplete or unsatisfactory completion of assignments or plagiarism will constitute grounds for loss of credit.
Faculty are expected to provide feedback on written assignments in a timely manner, to be available for consultation during office hours and by appointment and to provide a written evaluation of the studentÝs overall work in the course.
Case Studies as Assigned
Steven A. Finkler, Finance & Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers, Prentice Hall Trade, 1996; ISBN 0135472598 - paperback.
Jerry B. Harvey, The Abilene Paradox and Other Meditations on Management, Jossey-
Bass Publishers; ISBN 0787902772 ˝ paperback.
Philip K. Howard, The Death of Common Sense: How Law is Suffocating America,
Warner Books, 1996; ISBN 0446672289 - paperback.
Kevin Kelly, New Rules for the New Economy: 10 Radical Strategies for a Connected World, Viking, Oct. 1998; ISBN 0670881112 - hardcover.
Glenn Kleier, The Last Day, Warner Books, 1998; ISBN 0446605980 - paperback.