IENG 450 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

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IENG 450
INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT
Bakiye YALINC
MSc- Consulting and Business Policy
Course Description
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The aim is to prepare you to assume
positions in industry as engineering
managers.
The aim of this course is to provide students
with the necessary modern managerial
skills;
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Increase productivity in organization through
employee empowerment and effective
communication.
Develop plans that will put the organization
ahead of the international game.
Course Learning Outcomes
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All students will have developed knowledge and
understanding of
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Concept of Engineering Management
5 Functions of Management
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Planning& Forecasting
Decision Making
Organizing
Leading
Controlling
Methods to motivate technical people
All students will have developed their skills in
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Forecasting
Managing an organization
Being able to decide the validity of received data
TEXTBOOK/ Articles
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Daniel L. Babcock, Lucy C. Morse,
Managing Engineering and
Technology, Fourth/ Fifth Edition,
Pearson International Edition
References: Available @ EMU Library and the
BookStore
Articles/ Journals
Financial Times
 Economist
 ELSEVIER
 http://www.pearsoned.co.uk/etips/
 Science Direct, etc
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Grading Policy
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Attendance and Participation:
10%
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Assignments:
10%
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Quizzes:
20%
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Midterm Exam:
25%
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Final Exam:
35%
Attendance, Academic
Honesty & Plagiarism
Attendance will be taken every lecture
hour.
 Cheating is copying from others or
providing information, written or oral to
others.
 Plagiarism is copying without
acknowledgement from other people’s
work.
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