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DMC COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Sta. Filomena, Dipolog City

Course Code EC 111


Course Title ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
Course Credit 3 UNITS
Prerequisite N/A

I.
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course deals with the fundamentals of business organizations and management. The theories and principles of organization and management, as well as their
application in business and industry are thoroughly discussed. The functions of management (Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling) and the different
forms of business ownership with their strengths and weaknesses form part of the course coverage. The course covers the benefits derived from entrepreneurship and
importance of social responsibility as another goal of business.

INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of their four-year stay at DMC, the students should be able to:

1. Manifest academic excellence through their globally-competitive skills and desirable work ethics.
2. Demonstrate excellence as active partners in nation-building through research and innovation.
3. Exhibit leadership by developing socially-oriented programs for communities to promote social justice, equity, and transformation leading to self-reliance.
4. Exemplify the qualities of a graduate who achieves holistic integral human development.
5. Apply acquired technology-based skills to their chosen field of practice.
6. Advocate nationalism through athletics, culture, and the arts.
7. Embody Catholic education that fosters inclusivity for the total formation of a person.
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CURRICULAR PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
By the end of the four-year program, DMC should be able to:
1. Provide a foundation of professional knowledge, professional skills, and professional values, ethics and attitudes that enable students to continue to learn and adapt
to change throughout their professional lives.
2. Equip students with critical understanding of the different concepts and strategies of marketing and management, as well as the practical application of those
strategies in the business setting, employment for an entry level jobs or positions of responsibility as marketing manager, marketing executive or marketing director
and prepare students to pursue a teaching career or graduate studies in business.
3. Provide students with technology-based training and practical exercises applicable in the marketing and management profession.
4. Produce competitive Business Administration graduates that are knowledgeable and skilled in the application of marketing techniques and the management of a
firm’s marketing resources and activities, who will be perceived not only as business leaders but also leaders of the society.
5. Produce graduates who are computer literate, ethical, globally aware, analytical, critical thinkers, and effective communicators both oral and written, thereby prepare
them to adapt to the ever-changing demands of the real business world.
6. Constantly update the curricula and inform students on the latest developments in marketing and management brought about by the rapidly changing technology.

PROGRAM-LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:

By the end of their four-year stay in the program, the students can:

1. Demonstrate working knowledge in the areas of marketing and management with the values of fairness, transparency, accountability, hard work, honesty, patience,
diligence, innovativeness and risk taking.
2. Apply acquired knowledge and skills to prepare market needs analysis and product/service specifications plan.
3. Employ technology as a business tool in capturing, formulating and implementing sound and creative marketing and management strategies.
4. Demonstrate self-confidence in performing functions as a marketing manager, marketing executive or marketing director.
5. Demonstrate leadership qualities, civic-mindedness and responsible citizenship.
6. Appraise ethical problems / issues in practical business and accounting situations and recommend appropriate course of action that adheres to the professional
code of ethics.

COURSE-LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this course students should be able to:

1. Define the management functions and business processes that create value for an organization.
2. Define basic business concepts, principles and values that contribute to organizational performance.
3. Identify management policies, practices, and procedures that influence group and individual dynamics in organizations.
4. Describe situations where management decision-making should incorporate ethical reasoning, multiculturalism, and internal intergroup behavior.
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5. Use fundamental management concepts and principles as guides to analyze class environment case incidents.
6. Identify many of the factors and forces managers must confront both internal and external to the organization.
7. Identify and describe the major components of the organization’s internal and external environments, their effect, significance, and impact on an organization.

II.

Expected DMCian Identify Desired Result: By the end of the program, the students are able to:
Attribute

God-loving Manifest the spirit of Faith by internalizing and applying the principles of oneness, peace and prosperity through Gospel teachings in any
circumstances regardless of beliefs.
Competent Inculcate the significance of various learning processes towards attainment of goals to become productive graduate and effective business
administrators or marketing managers.

Enhance and develop the learner’s potentials by applying the acquired skills and knowledge in achieving the goals of daily undertakings.

Committed to Internalize the essence of service to oneself, family, community and the country which are among the significant values of a good business
Serve administrator or marketing manager.

Strengthen awareness on the significance of social gatherings, meetings, and confrontations to be able to develop acceptance of certain
responsibilities towards enhancement of public relation with the community they served.

III.
GRADING SYSTEM

Preliminary Grade (PG) Midterm Grade (MG) Semi-final Grade (SFG) Finals Grade (FG) Semestral Final Grade (SFG)

PRELIM EXAM 40% MIDTERM EXAM 40% PREFINAL EXAM 40% FINA EXAM 40% PG 25%
QUIZZES 25% QUIZZES 25% QUIZZES 25% QUIZZES 25% MG 25%
ORAL RECITATION/ ORAL RECITATION/ ORAL RECITATION/ ORAL RECITATION/ SFG 25%
REPORTING/ REPORTING/ REPORTING/ REPORTING/ FG 25%
REQUIREMENTS 25% REQUIREMENTS 25% REQUIREMENTS 25% REQUIREMENTS 25% SFG 100%
ATTENDANCE 10% ATTENDANCE 10% ATTENDANCE 10% ATTENDANCE 10%
100% 100% 100% 100%

IV.
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Date & Time Allotment Course Objectives, Topics Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Strategies Outcomes-Based
(SLO) (AS) Assessment/Results/Evidence
(OBARE)

PRELIMINARY COVERAGE

MODULE 1: WEEK 1 TOPIC: Introduction to Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(3 HOURS) Management and Organizations 1. Define management and *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
1. What is Management organization. *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
2. The Management Principles 2. Identify and describe the *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
3. What is an Organization management principles. *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
4. Function of Organization 3. Distinguish the PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
5. Common Characteristics of characteristics of organization. *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
Organization 4. Compare and contrast PERFORMANCES BASED ON
6. Entrepreneur and Manager entrepreneur and manager. RUBRICS MODEL

MODULE 2: WEEK 2 -3 TOPIC: Management Yesterday Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(6 HOURS) and Today 1. Examine this history of *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
1. Historical Background of management. *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
Management 2. Describe scientific *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
2. Scientific Management management. *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
3. General Administrative Theory 3. Reflect on organizational PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
4. Quantitative Approach behaviour. *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
5. Understanding Organizational 4. Identify and explain the PERFORMANCES BASED ON
Behavior approaches. RUBRICS MODEL
1. 6.System Approach
2. 7.Contingency Approach
8. Current Trends and Issues

MODULE 3: WEEK 4 TOPIC: DECISION MAKING Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(3 HOURS) 1. The Decision Making Process 1. Present and explain the *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
2. The eight steps in the decision decision making process. *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
making process. 2. Illustrate the steps of the *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
3. Assumptions of rational decision making process. *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
decision making 3. Identify and describe the PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
4. Intuitive decision making different styles of decision *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
5. Decision making conditions making. PERFORMANCES BASED ON
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6. Decision making Styles and RUBRICS MODEL
biases by managers
7. Managerial decision making
model

MIDTERM COVERAGE

MODULE 4: WEEK 5 - 6 TOPIC: PLANNING Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(6 HOURS) 1. Planning in the Organization 1. Express the importance of *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
2. Kinds of Planning planning in the organization. *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
3. The Planning Function 2. Identify and explain the kinds *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
4. Competitive Advantage of planning. *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
5. Strategic Planning Process 3. Formulate a SWOT Analysis. PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
6. The SWOT Analysis 4. Examine mission and vision *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
7. Grand Strategy statements. PERFORMANCES BASED ON
8. Mission Statement 5. Describe the kinds of RUBRICS MODEL
9. Kinds of Objectives objectives.
10. Action/Implementation Plan 6. Assess action and
implementation plan.

MODULE 5: WEEK 7 TOPIC: STRATEGIC Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(3 HOURS) MANAGEMENT 1. Create and describe a *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
1. Strategy and business model strategy and business model. *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
2. Importance of strategic 2. Identify and explain the steps *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
management of the strategic management *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
3. The strategic management process. PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
process 3. Enumerate and distinguish *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
4. Porter’s five forces model Porter’s forces. PERFORMANCES BASED ON
5. Porter’s tree generic 4. Examine E-business RUBRICS MODEL
competitive strategies and the strategies and explain.
rule of three.
6. E-business Strategies

MODULE 6: WEEK 8 TOPIC: ORGANIZING Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(3 HOURS) 1. The Need to Organize 1. Express the importance of *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
2. Organizing Defined organizing. *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
3. Types of Organization 2. Examine and describe the
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4. Developing an Organizational types of organizations. *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
Structure 3. Illustrate an organizational *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
5. Principles of Organization structure of a company. PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
6. Developing an Organization 4. Identify and explain the *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
principles of organization. PERFORMANCES BASED ON
RUBRICS MODEL

SEMI-FINAL COVERAGE

MODULE 7: WEEK 9-10 TOPIC: STAFFING Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(6 HOURS) 1. The Need to Staff 1. Define staffing. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
2. Staffing 2. Enumerate and describe the *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
3. The Staffing Process steps of the staffing process. *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
4. Job analysis, job description 3. Distinguish job analysis, job *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
and job specification description and job PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
5. Recruitment and Selection specification. *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
6. Orientation and Training 4. Define and explain PERFORMANCES BASED ON
7. Performance Appraisal recruitment, selection, RUBRICS MODEL
8. Promotion and Transfer orientation, training,
9. Human Resource performance appraisal,
Development promotion.

*QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES


MODULE 7: WEEK 11 TOPIC: MOTIVATING Students are expected to:
*ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
(3 HOURS) 1. The Need to Motivate 1. Express the importance of
*CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
2. Motivating Defined motivating employees.
*ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
3. Approaches to Motivation 2. Identify and describe the
*SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
4. Theories of Motivation approaches in motivation.
PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
5. The Manager’s Task 3. Examine the theories of
*RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
motivation and explain.
PERFORMANCES BASED ON
RUBRICS MODEL
MODULE 8: WEEK 12 TOPIC: CONTROLLING Students are expected to:
*QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(3 HOURS) 1. The Need to Control 1. Express the importance of
*ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
2. Controlling Defined controlling employees.
*CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
3. The Control Process 2. Identify and describe the
*ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
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4. Types of Control types of control. *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
5. Characteristics of an Effective 3. Examine the characteristics PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
Control System of an effective control system *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
6. Control Techniques and explain. PERFORMANCES BASED ON
4. Describe the control process. RUBRICS MODEL

FINAL COVERAGE

MODULE 9: WEEK 13 TOPIC: COMMUNICATING Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES
(3 Hours) 1. The Need to Communicate 1. Express the importance of *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
2. Communicating Defined communication in the *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
3. Approaches to organization. *ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
Communicating 2. Examine the approaches to *SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
4. Communicating and Behavior communicating. PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
5. Personal Factors Affecting the 3. Identify the factors affecting *RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
Quality of Communication communication. PERFORMANCES BASED ON
6. Suggestions for Effective 4. Determine ways in improving RUBRICS MODEL
Communication communication in
7. Improving Communication in organizations.
Organizations

*QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES


MODULE 10: WEEK 14, TOPIC: ETHICS AND SOCIAL Students are expected to:
*ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS
15, 16 RESPONSIBILITY 1. Define business ethics.
*CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES
(9 HOURS) 1. Business Ethics 2. Identify the areas of concern
*ORAL RECITATIONS *RESULTS OF ORAL
2. Need for Ethical Behavior for business ethics.
*SOLO/GROUP RECITATION BASED ON
3. Areas of Concern for Business 3. Determine ways in improving
PERFORMANCES RUBRICS MODEL
Ethics ethical performance.
*RESULTS OF SOLO/GROUP
4. The Improvement of Ethical 4. Examine the current issues
PERFORMANCES BASED ON
Performance in ethics.
RUBRICS MODEL
5. Current Issues in Ethics 5. Define and expound social
6. Ethics Training responsibility.
7. Ethical Codes 6. Distinguish the benefits and
8. Social Responsibility costs of social responsibility.
9. Benefits and Costs of Social 7. Identify and describe social
Actions responsibility strategies.
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10. Social Responsibility
Strategies

COURSE POLICIES
1. Regular attendance is required of all students. Attendance is counted upon the first day of regular classes regardless of the date of the student’s enrollment.
2. A student who has incurred absences of more than twenty (20%) of the required total number of class hours and laboratory periods in a given time shall be
considered failed.
3. Tardiness beyond twenty (20) minutes is considered an absence. Three late entrances shall be counted as an absence for the purpose of record keeping.
4. A student is considered absent, from class if he/she is not present within the first third fraction of the scheduled class time.

V. REFERENCES:
 Management Theory and Practice Revised Edition
Carlos C. Lorenzana, M.A.
 Business Organization and Management
Dr. Roberto G. Medina

Prepared by: Noted by: Approved:

ARIANNE MAE C. SARENO RACHELL-ANN B. BULJATIN, CPA DR. DINO JOEY CORDOVA
Instructor OIC Dean VP- Academic Affairs and Research