Management in Organizations

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ABUS 4022W

Delivery Method
Fully online
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About This Course

Demands on today's managers, with a focus on small to medium-sized organizations. Techniques/ideas beyond traditional studies. Applying management theory at all levels. Managing in a global workplace. Organizational planning and decision making. Organizing resources. Leading/motivating people. Controlling/evaluating organizational activities. This writing intensive designated course will spend significant time focusing on the writing process. Writing is crucial to this discipline because clear, accurate, and professional communication is essential to organization management. The ability to write effectively in terms of specified audiences ensures, in the professional world, successful communication between team members as well as the success of the projects, companies, and employees they represent.


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Bradley Goodell

Ph.D., clinical psychology, The Minnesota School of Professional Psychology; B.A., psychology, Hamline University; Certificate in conflict management, Hamline University

Dr. Bradley Goodell is a managing partner and organizational and wellness consultant for Integrated Wellness Programs Group, LLC, where he heads the Healthy Worker Program, a program designed to assist employees with managing emotional health-related issues. He is a contributing author and content expert with Whitewater Learning and has authored educational modules related to wellness, mental health, and organizational wellness. He has a strong background in assessment and testing and also has significant experience in individual therapy for adults, couples, adolescents, and families, working with clients from diverse backgrounds and underserved communities, as well as at-risk adolescents in school settings.

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Brian Simons
Brian Simons

MBA in supply chain management and operations, Arizona State University; BA degrees in international finance, history, and political science

For over 20 years, Mr. Simon has held leadership positions in general operations and supply chain management across several industries, including aerospace, high tech, and health care. His background includes strategy, finance, and continuous improvement methodologies in a variety of business sizes and markets. He has consistently used training and teaching as a part of his strategic plans and leadership style, which allows him to bring a practical and effective approach to content and coursework to help students grow as business leaders.

  • ABUS 4022W − Management in Organizations