Managing in Public and Non-Profit Organizations
This course (UVic ADMN 312) focuses on the skills of an effective manager in public and non-profit sector organizations and the interplay between management and key organizational processes such as planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating policies, programs and services. Management topics include: managerial work; interpersonal and leadership skills; power and influence; conflict resolution; formal and informal communications; and motivation and teamwork. A project on managing organizational change is used as a way to connect manager behaviours and organizational processes.
Third-year university standing is recommended.
Note: Students with credit for MNGT 1211 or UVIC ADMN 406 may not take this course for further credit.
Computer with Internet is required. Refer to http://publicadmin.uvic.ca.
Materials are available from the UVic bookstore and are not included in the course fees.