MPTM-622 Managing Diverse Organizations in a Flat World
Fall for 2017-2018
Spring for 2017-2018
Summer for 2018
Faculty:
This timely course focuses on defining project structure and reporting Relationships; assigning project roles and responsibilities; and staffing,
motivating, and leading an organization that can compete effectively worldwide. Specific topics include conflict resolution, process control and
automation, outsourcing, offshoring, real-time access to information, and other practices required for effective management in the changing demands
of the flat world.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

Course syllabi
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Fall '17: Trujillo, Maria (file download)
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MPTM-622-01 Managing Diverse Organizations in a Flat World
Summer for 2018
Shrestha, Prabhash
This timely course focuses on defining project structure and reporting Relationships; assigning project roles and responsibilities; and staffing,
motivating, and leading an organization that can compete effectively worldwide. Specific topics include conflict resolution, process control and
automation, outsourcing, offshoring, real-time access to information, and other practices required for effective management in the changing demands
of the flat world.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
MPTM-622-20 Managing Diverse Organizations in a Flat World
Fall for 2017-2018
Damalas, Dino
The Managing Diverse Organizations course is designed to expose students in the program to the complex activities of participating in information technology organizations across the globe. The course caters to students, practitioners, managers and executives interested both in the transnational aspects of information technology and in issues of work force diversity and inclusiveness. This course prepares students to anticipate the impact of globalization on the profession and to develop effective strategies to engage in internationalization initiatives both at home and abroad. Students will learn the core concepts of international organizations and global IT management. They will learn about organization, technology architecture, strategy, standards, controls and cultural issues. The course will be taught from a global technology managerial perspective including managerial, cultural and legal issues. Professional guests from various fields—such as business, law and government—will present case studies representative of their experiences.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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