Motivation and Productivity
This course integrates theory and practice to examine the effect supervisory practices have on employee motivation. Up-to-date supervisory techniques are introduced. Skills learned in this course can be applied to organizations in either the public or private sector. Topics discussed include leadership, job design, goal-setting, management by objectives, rewards, and communications.
Online, self-paced and Print, self-paced
Third year standing. You must also have sufficient job knowledge and experience to complete questionnaires and carry out exercises involving observations, analyses, case studies, and practical applications pertaining to your job.
Students cannot receive credit for more than one of BBUS 4135, MNGT 2131, ADMN 411 or ADMN 412.
- Understand the causes of performance problems.
- Understand how to assess the effectiveness of management practices in your organization.
- Describe several current management techniques and practices in the areas of leadership, job design, goal setting and management by objectives, reward systems, communications and performance appraisal.
- Workbook 1: The Causes of Motivational Problems
- Workbook 2: Job Design
- Workbook 3: Leadership
- Workbook 4: Goal Setting and Management by Objectives
- Workbook 5: Rewards
- Workbook 6: Supervisory Communications
Required Text and Materials
There is no required textbook for this course.
Print, self-paced students will need access to a computer to view their assignment files on the CD-ROM.
Open Learning Faculty Member
An Open Learning Faculty member is available to assist students. Primary communication is through the Learning Environment’s “Mail” tool or by phone. Students will receive the necessary contact information when starting the course.
To successfully complete this course, students must achieve a passing grade of 50% or higher on the overall course and 50% or higher on the final mandatory examination.
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