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Course Description (OBM345/OMT351) Print
Written by Ismail Hassan   

COURSE DESCRIPTION


Course Code

OBM345/OMT351

 

Credit Unit

3 credits

 

Contact Hours

3 contact hours

 

Prerequisite

Office Administration II (OBM182)

 

Lecturer

Ismail Bin Hassan

 

Contact Information

1. Office:  KP07, Ground Floor, Intellect Building.

2. Office Phone No: 09-8403807 (extension 1807)

3. Cell Phone: 019-958 9075

4. website: http://ismailhassan.uitm.edu.my/v1

 

Consultation Hours

1. Monday, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

2. Wednesday, 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Consultations may also be arranged by appointment.

 

Course Description

This course provides learners with basic management knowledge to enable them assume the duties of an office supervisor effectively and efficiently.  The general topics covered include fundamentals of effective management, office communication, problem-solving, office environment, and managing human resources.

 

Course Outcomes

At the end of the course, students should be able to

1. explain management functions and principles, and relate these principles to the activities and roles of the office supervisor.

2. identify the purpose of communication and communication channels in the office.

3. describe methods and procedures for recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, appraising, and promoting office employees.

 

Course Delivery

Lectures, discussions of case studies, completion of assignments, blended learning.

 

Students’ Performance Assessent

1. Three Quizzes - 10% each (Total 30).

2. Group Project - 15%

3. Online Participation - 5%

4. Final Examination – 50%

 

Textbook

Quible, Z.K. (2005 or later), Administrative Office-Management: An introduction, 8th Edition (or most current edtion), Prentice-Hall International Inc.

 

References

1. Kallaus, N.F.  Keeling, L.B. (1996). Administrative Office Management. Southwestern Publishing Company.

2. Maimunah Aminuddin. (1997). A Guide to Human Resource Management. 2nd Edition. Penerbit Fajar Bakti Sdn. Bhd.

3. Stoner, ames A.F.  Freeman, E.R. (1997). Management. Prentice Hall International Edition.

 
Course Description (OBM310)

COURSE DESCRIPTION


Course Code

OBM310

 

Credit Unit

3 Credits

 

Contact Hours

3 contact hours

 

Prerequisite

None

 

Lecturer

Ismail Bin Hassan

 

Contact Information

1. Office:  KP07, Ground Floor, Intellect Building.

2. Office Phone No: 09-8403807 (extension 1807)

3. Cell Phone: 019-958 9075

4. website: http://ismailhassan.uitm.edu.my/v1

 

Consultation Hours

1. Monday, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

2. Wednesday, 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Consultations may also be arranged by appointment.

 

Course Description

This course provides learners with knowledge and skills to organize and manage events. They will learn how to plan, organize, communicate, manage time, solve problems, think creatively, work in teams, lead, and use interpersonal skills. Learners will apply the knowledge and skills acquired to organize a real event.

 

Course Outcomes

At the end of the course, students should be able to

1. select related materials in planning and organizing an event,

2. develop and justify the budget for the event, and

3. demonstrate good communication, interpersonal, teambuilding, and decision abilities.

 

Course Delivery

Lectures, tutorials, hands-on experience, group discussions/meeting, consultations, and blended learning.

 

Students’ Performance Assessent

1. Event Preparation  - 30%

2. Actual Event  - 30%

3. Report (Organizer’s Kit) – 10%

4. Common Test – 30%

 

Recommended Text

Shone, Anton and Bryn Parry (2004). Successful Event Management, 2nd Edition:  A Practical Approach.  Thomson Learning, London.

 

References

1. Allen, J. (2002), et.al. Festival and Special Event Management, 2nd Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Milton, Queensland, Australia.

2. Goldblatt, J>J. (2002). Special Events: 21st Century Global Event Management, 3rd Edition. John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey.

3. Toole, W.O. & Phyllis, M. (2002). Corporate Event Project Management. John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey.

 

 
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OBM345 Problem-Solving Project
Written by Ismail Hassan   

FACULTY OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

UiTM TERENGGANU

OBM345 GROUP PROJECT

(Print this and submit with your report)

1. INTRODUCTION

This group project is to be completed by all students registered in my class. The main goal of this project is to help students better understand the application problem-solving techniques to office-related problems. The main areas of the project proper are organizing, communication, office environment, recruitment and selection process, and employee orientation. You are to choose any one of these areas. The written report is due on Wednesday, 2nd March 2016 at 3:00 pm. The total score for the written report is 100 marks (converted to 10%).


Group oral presentation of the project report will be held on Monday, 7th March 2016. The presentation carries 50 marks (converted to 5%) and will be graded separately. The total percentage score for this project is 15% (that is, 10% for written report and 5% for oral presentation).

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