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SHARDA UNIVERSITY, GREATER NOIDA

SCSHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES

Session Plan
HMM 305

SCHOOL: TEACHING DEPARTMENT: ACADEMIC SESSION FOR STUDENTS BATCH


SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Human Resource : 2016 - 2017 B.Tech.
STUDIES

1 Course number HMM 305


2 Course Title Management for Engineers Code- HMM 305
3 Credits 03
4 Learning Hours 3-0-0
L-T-P
5 Course Objective The objective of this course is to expose the students to understand the basics of
Management Foundations. The students will be given a detailed grounding for the theories
and live cases related to the general management. The aim of the course is to orient the
students in theories and practices of Management so as to apply the acquired knowledge in
actual business practices. This is a gateway to the real world of management and decision-
making.
6 Course Outcomes On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

1. Understand basic principles and concepts related to management and an


organisation.
2. Understanding the best management practices for a value driven organisation.
3. Understanding professional ethics, workforce diversity issues and cross cultural
management

7 Session Plan
Lecture Module Topic Covered
Activity Held
No.
1 Unit A - A1 Management-Definition of Management & Organisation
2 Concept, Nature, Scope and Functions of Management,
Levels of Management, Management Theories - Taylors
principle,

3 Fayols Principles, Hawthorne Studies

Systems Approach and Contingency


Approach to Management.

4 Mintzbergs Managerial Roles, Skills of Manager, Case Farm Equipment


Limited
5
Functions of management
6 Unit B
Planning objectives and characteristics,
7
Hierarchies of planning, The concept and techniques of
forecasting.
8 The concept and techniques of forecasting.
9 The concept and techniques of forecasting. Case Saregama Ltd.
10 Unit C Organising - Meaning, Importance and Principles,
11 Span of Control, Authority, Delegation of Authority
12 Types of Organization, Departmentalization Discussion on types of
departmentalisation of
various industries
13 Unit D Introduction to staffing
14
Manpower planning
15 Manpower planning
16 Job analysis
17 Recruitment
18 Training,
19 Training,
20 Performance Management
21 Performance Management
22 Rewards and Recognition
23
Transfers and Promotions
24 Quiz on HR questions
Job Rotation, , Cross cultural management
25 Unit E Overview of Directing
26 Motivation
27 Motivation
28 Co-ordination
29 Communication,
30 Decision Making,
31 Professional Ethics: ethical principles, norms and employee
responsibilities
32 Unit F Objectives and Process of Management Control
33 Techniques and Behavioural Aspects of Management
control,
34 Techniques and Behavioural Aspects of Management
control,
35 Conflict and negotiation
36 Time management Team based activity
37 Stress management Team Based Activity
38 Student Evaluation Presentations
39 Student Evaluation Presentations
40 Student Evaluation Presentations
Course Evaluation
Continuous
Assessment
Presentation 10 marks
Assignment 1 10 marks
Assignment 2 10 marks
9.01 MTE 20 marks
9.02 ETE 50 %
9.03 References
9.04 Text book* Principles & practice of Mgmt., L.M. Prasad

9.05 Other references Management Today, Burton & Thakur


Principles & Practices of Mgmt., C.B. Gupta
Understanding Management, Richard L.Daft
Management, Stoner, Freemand & Gilbert
Essential of Management, Koontz O' Donnel