Business Management (BMGT 365) – Organizational Leadership

 Faculty Contact
Ronald Iden
 Course Description
Prerequisite: BMGT 110 or BMGT 364. An exploration of leadership as a critical skill for the 21st century, when change occurs rapidly
and consistently. The objective is to use leadership theory and assessment tools to evaluate one’s own leadership skills. Focus is on
the leadership skills needed to develop committed and productive individuals and high-performing organizations. Topics include
vision, values, culture, ethics, and the interaction between the organization and the external environment. Students may receive credit
for only one of the following courses: BMGT 365, MGMT 300, MGST 310, or TEMN 310.
 Course Introduction
In this course, you will improve your leadership skills by understanding leadership theory and applying that knowledge to real-world
situations. You will begin by assessing your own leadership skills and identifying potential improvements. The course will cover
leadership at the individual, group, and organization levels. Leadership responses to internal organizational challenges, in addition to
the interaction between the organization and the external environment, will be examined.
 Course Outcomes
After completing this course, you should be able to:
use leadership theories, assessment tools, and an understanding of the role of ethics, emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence,
competencies, values, and attitudes to evaluate and enhance personal leadership skills
assess the interactions between the external environment and within an organization to foster responsible and effective
leadership and organizational practices
Collaborate in teams utilizing effective communication, critical thinking and problem solving skills
Develop individual awareness, style and communication skills that enhance leadership skills
Integrate and apply analytical principles and concepts of leadership to make strategic decisions.
 Course Materials
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 Class Guidelines
Contacting your Faculty Member
Adelphi · Syllabus ·
BMGT 365 6386 Organizational Leadership
(2192) BMGT-365
Spring 2019 Section 6386 3 Credits 01/14/2019 to 03/10/2019
There are several ways to contact your faculty.
From within the LEO class:
You can use the Private Messaging feature within the classroom to send a message to your faculty member.
You can also email your faculty directly from your own email (preferred manner of communication).
If you need to speak with your faculty directly, check Faculty Information under Content>>Start Here.
Take a tour of the classroom to help navigate through the classroom. Under Content, go to Start Here. Be sure to review Course
Resources where you will find resources: Learning to Use APA and the Student Toolbox.
Go to Syllabus and read thoroughly so you will gain an understanding of the expectations of the course. Under Syllabus and click on
Faculty Bio to gain insight on your instructor.
Go to Week 1>>Introduce Yourself module. Share information about yourself.
All the required readings are available in your LEO classroom. Please begin each week by reading through the required materials and
then participating in the Learning Activities. Students taking a hybrid course typically have one learning activity but may have more.
Online students should expect a minimum of two learning activities a week.
Time on Task:
Students are expected to spend between 42 and 45 hours per credit hour on coursework for the semester. For further explanation
see Policy 160.00 – Credit Hour Definition (
credit-hour-definition.cfm) .
Active participation is required in all online courses, and you should expect to log in to your online courses several times a week.
Absence from class does not excuse you from missed coursework. You are responsible for obtaining detailed information about
missed class sessions, including their content, activities covered, and any announcements or assignments. Failure to complete any
required coursework may adversely affect your grade. Teachers are not expected to repeat material that you missed because of your
absence from class.
Classroom Management
Announcements – Students should make a habit of checking the class Announcements on a regular (daily) basis. This is where the
instructor will advise the entire class of any changes to the syllabus, anticipated assignments, updates on grade postings and other
items impacting the entire class.
Students are responsible for reading all assigned course material scheduled for the week. When this class is conducted in an online
environment, students will be presented with one or more learning activities about a specific theme or topic. The theme/topic will
align with the reading assignments and the course outcomes. Students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their mastery of the
materials, and the course outcomes by their asynchronous participation in the learning activities. Research may be required or
students may enhance the learning activities with research done on their own. Students receive feedback for participating in the
learning activities.
By completing the course assignments students also have the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of course outcomes, critical
thinking, and application of course material as well as writing skills. Requirements for each course assignment are described in detail
within the course. Grading rubrics are used to ensure objectivity and a common basis for grading across different sections of the
course. Students receive feedback for each graded assignment.
This course may be conducted as a hybrid course combining in-class and online instruction. In-class sessions also provide an
opportunity for students to demonstrate critical thinking, application of course material, and mastery of course outcomes. In-class
activities may include guided discussions, debates, presentations, role-play, etc.
Discipline-Specific Requirements
First, the writing style guide required for the business administration discipline is the Sixth (6 ) Edition of the Publication Manual
of the American Psychological Association. Students should use this edition as the guide for using in-text citations and a
reference list in the business courses, the only APA elements students are expected to use other than understanding plagiarism.
The Sixth Edition of APA added an extension of the definition of plagiarism to include the concept of self-plagiarism (Section
1.10). The guide prohibits students from submitting as new, any work completed for a previous class or publication without the
specific approval of the instructor.
Plagiarism has become an issue in not only major research assignments and papers, but also in the learning activities. Please
review section 1.10 of the Sixth Edition of APA and the UMUC Policy 150.25 – Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism . Plagiarism
will not be tolerated in any academic activity in the programs.
No work will be accepted after the last day of the semester without an approved Incomplete. The policy on Incomplete grades is
found in the UMUC Policy 170.71 – Policy on Grade of Incomplete and Withdrawal. The form must be submitted to the faculty
member. The faculty member must come to the Program Chair who will review and provide approval or rejection.
Use of Online Clearinghouses and Other Websites
Using online term paper clearinghouses or other commercial websites distributing term papers or promising course assignments for a
fee is a policy violation. At no time is it okay to use clearing houses, websites, or work prepared by someone other than yourself. All
work submitted for a course must be self-prepared.
Example: A student has taken BMGT110 and has passed with a grade of “A”. The student is now taking BMGT364 and has a similar
assignment to one he completed in BMGT110. S/he reuses one of the assignments and submits it as an assignment in
BMGT364. This practice is considered “self-plagiarism”. You cannot re-use any portions of a paper from another class and submit it
for a current class. You are subject to penalties for plagiarism, regardless of whether you are repeating the course , which means that
if a student must retake a class, an assignment submitted in the previous class may not be used for the current class.
Academic dishonesty is the failure to maintain academic integrity, and includes the intentional or unintentional presentation of
another person’s ideas or products as your own (plagiarism); the use or the attempt to make use of unauthorized materials,
information, or study aids in any academic exercise; and the performance of work for another student (cheating). All academic work
you submit during your time at UMUC must be original and must not be reused in other courses.
APA Requirements
Under the Discipline Specific Requirements above, students are asked to adhere to the APA guidelines. Students are asked to
following these guidelines for the all work done in the course for the following reasons:
In business it is not enough to present one’s opinion. Learning to support opinion or one’s findings brings validity to reasoning or
a position taken.
Helps avoid plagiarism by demonstrating one’s integrity and skill as a responsible student.
Helps readers understand the context of the argument and provides a trail to locate the material cited;
Helps in the student’s learning process by drawing attention to the originality and legitimacy of one’s own ideas and work;
Provides evidence of research and demonstrates a student’s careful and thorough work put into locating and exploring sources;
Allows student to acknowledge those authors who contributed to learning;
Students are responsible for reading all posted announcements. Failure to read announcements may result in missed updates,
cancelled classes or information that may provide clarity to an activity or project.
Learning Activities/Participation
In registering for a college course, a commitment to participate in course discussions as well as in other online activities was made.
Learning activities/discussions are used for students to explore various topics to gain an understanding of the course material.
Learning activities also afford students the opportunity to apply the concepts, theories and ideas presented in the class to real world
scenarios. Participation for this course is defined as proactive discussion in discussions and/or activities. Participation requires
active reflection on weekly readings and other course material to develop original ideas in the responses. If a student is not present
for the discussion, the learning activity cannot be made up. If there is an extraordinary circumstance per the Late Assignment policy,
the faculty member may elect to let a student make up the initial response only. Since the learning activities involve a discussion
aspect, responses to classmates and frequency on the grading rubric cannot be made up after the end of the week.
It is important to note that students will receive a participation grade based on the participation rubric provided in the classroom
(located under Content>>Learning Activities: Read Me!). Students are graded on several criteria: 1) Evidence of critical thinking
(analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reflection) of class reading material and discussion; 2) Responses to classmates reflecting a
substantive understanding of course material; 3) Relevance of participation to topic under discussion; 4) Writing mechanics and 5)
APA usage. Students should not expect full credit grades based on the number of responses made within a discussion. Faculty are
expected to follow the grading rubric closely so it is necessary to actually answer the learning activity, support the reasoning or
conclusions, and extend the discussion.
If taking a hybrid course, students are expected to participate in onsite activities as well as participate in online learning
activities/discussions. If an onsite class is cancelled due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances, the planned scheduled
activities will move to the online class.
It is highly suggested that students register for My Alerts at:
Each week, a series of questions, exercises, or scenarios that prompt deeper exploration of the readings will be posted in the weekly
learning activities area. Students are expected to demonstrate critical thinking and an understanding of the content from the
assigned readings as it relates to the issues identified in each learning activity. Students are expected to use course content and
outside resources to support their opinion or reasoning. Typically, students are expected to make his or her contributions to a main
topic as well as to respond with value-added comments to the postings of at least two classmates. Students are encouraged to
respond to the instructor. Note in the grading policy that your online learning activity participation counts significantly toward your
final grade. Grades for participation will be provided weekly.
What is a substantive comment in an online learning activity?
Please note that both quantity and quality are important considerations when it comes to participation. A comment which says simply
“I agree”, for example, would not constitute participation since it does not add anything of substance to the learning activity.
Additionally, agreeing and repeating what someone else wrote does not constitute participation. Feel free to agree or disagree but
please give reasons to support your position. Students are expected to add substantially to the learning activity presenting new ideas,
your perspectives (supported), pointed follow-up questions, etc. You will find it’s much easier to keep up with an online class if you
are logging in and participating regularly. Some of the characteristics of effective class participation follow:
Is the information posted relevant to the learning activities in terms of increasing everyone’s understanding of the topic or are
students merely regurgitation of case facts?
Do the comments take into consideration the ideas offered by others earlier in the class or are the points isolated and disjointed?
The best contributions to our weekly learning activities tend to be those that are excellently prepared, demonstrate reflection,
listening and interpretive skills.
Do your comments show evidence of thorough reading and analysis?
Does the participant distinguish among different kinds of data: that is, facts, opinions, assumptions, and inferences?
Is there a willingness to test new ideas or are all comments cautious/”safe”?
Is the participant willing to interact with other class members by asking questions or challenging conclusions?
You are expected to adhere to the general rules of online etiquette. The following provides a set of online etiquette general rules:
What is critical thinking?
In The Undergraduate School at UMUC critical thinking is central to learning as students prepare for success in the outside world.
When asked, employers list critical thinking at the top of the list for skills they expect new hires to possess.
Critical thinking requires the use of mental processes of understanding and reasoning, analysis and evaluation but it is also about how
one approaches an issue or question.
According to Good (2005) critical thinking is “typically associated with solving complex real world problems, generating multiple (or
creative) solutions to a problem, drawing inferences, synthesizing and integrating information, distinguishing between fact and
opinion, or estimating potential outcomes, but it can also refer to the process of evaluating the quality of one’s own thinking.”
Good, R. (2005, June). Role of critical thinking in online education . Retrieved from
When students are asked to provide “what you think,” the expectation is that students support with the readings or the literature why
you think what you do. Therefore, using phrases such as “I think,” “I feel,” “In my opinion,” and “I believe” have to be supported with
the readings/literature.
 Grading Information
You are responsible for the following graded items:
Category % of
Learning Activities
Learning Activity (Week 1 ) Memo 5%
Learning Activity (Week 6) Case Scenario 10%
Learning Activity (Week 8) Reflection 10%
Team Deliverables
Job Announcement – Week 2 10%
Succession Plan Part One – Week 3 10%
Succession Plan Part Two – Week 4 15%
Peer Evaluation (Week 4) 5%
Individual Deliverables
Self Assessment and Job Application Memo – Week 5 15%
Crisis Leadership Report – Week 7 20%
Total 100%
Week Weekly Themes Learning
Value Individual
Value Team
1 What is Meant
by Leadership
and Who are
Memo 5%
2 Leadership
Styles, Traits,
Attributes and
3 Mission, Vision,
and Strategic
Planning for
Plan Part One
4 Leadership
Challenges of
5% Succession
Plan Part Two
5 Self-Knowledge
as a Powerful
and Job
6 Leaders and
7 Creating a
Culture and
Structure that
8 Bringing It All
Reflection 10%
25% 40% 35%
Grading Philosophy
Grades are assigned based solely on performance and not on prevailing students’ expectations, perceptions of their performance, or
level of effort. The grading standards are developed based on course outcomes and reflect the appropriate level of content mastery,
including the subject matter as well as core curriculum components deemed appropriate, such as effective writing and information
Although a bell curve may not always be achieved nor necessarily desirable, the expectation is that the grade of A is awarded only to
students whose work is truly exceptional, reflecting both content mastery and the ability to analyze and articulate that material. The
grade of A would not be routinely expected, and the grades of B and C would be clearly denoted as appropriate to lesser degrees of
content mastery as discussed above. The grade of D represents the lowest passing grade and denotes borderline content mastery
and ability. Students must complete courses required for the major with a grade of C or better.
Definition of Academic Rigor
UMUC defines academic rigor as the degree to which students demonstrate content mastery, application of critical thinking skills, and
adherence to UMUC’s code of academic integrity.
This definition implies three components to academic rigor:

  1. content mastery, to include the subject matter of the course as well as mastery of those core curriculum goals established for the
    course (for example, information literacy, effective writing)
  2. application of critical-thinking skills, to include the degree to which the student can present and defend original thinking on the
    subject matter, including synthesis and analysis of key concepts
  3. academic integrity, to include the degree to which the student demonstrates academic honesty, as defined in UMUC’s code of
    academic integrity.
    Students are expected to demonstrate content mastery while applying critical thinking skills (as demonstrated above. The grade a
    student receives reflects academic rigor and one’s ability to demonstrate content mastery, critical thinking skills and academic
    Each BMGT course contains a requirement of one learning activity per theme/topic. Students can expect to have a minimum of two
    learning activities each week. If taking a hybrid class, most of the learning will take place in the face-to-face classroom so students
    can expect a minimum of one learning activity presented in the online classroom.
    Grade Descriptions
    A Outstanding Performance excels far above
    established standards for university-level
    B Superior Performance above established
    C Good Performance meets established
    D Substandard Performance is below established
    F Failure Performance does not meet minimum
    Late Assignment Policy
    Late Assignments without Permission
    Major Assignments/Projects have due dates, and turning in an assignment late without permission is not without consequences. Any
    assignment that is turned in late without permission from the instructor will have the following consequences:
    A 10% penalty for every late day will be imposed on the paper and no more than three late days will be accepted. For example, a
    late day is defined as any day after the due date and time, e.g. if the assignment is due Sunday at 11:59 PM ET than an
    assignment turned in at 12:00 AM EST Monday will be late and constitute the first late day; the second late day would
    be Tuesday at 12:00 AM EST, etc. Assignments turned in after the three day period will receive a zero with no exceptions.
    If a student submits an assignment in the Assignment Folder in a timely manner, and then resubmits the assignment after the
    due date, the assignment submitted timely will be graded. A student does not have the option of selecting which assignment will
    be graded.
    If a student or group of students fail to submit an assignment in the Assignment Folder but sends a file to the instructor via email
    or by private message in a timely manner, the assignment will be graded. However, the student/group is required to submit the
    same assignment in the Assignment Folder as a matter of record. Students cannot submit a different version of the assignment
    in the Assignment Folder after the due date and expect that the updated version will be graded. The last assignment submitted
    timely is the assignment that will be graded.
    Learning Activities have due dates for each week. Faculty may determine whether responses to the learning activities are due on
    Wednesday or Thursday. Follow up responses to classmates are due by Sunday.
    The Late Assignment policy does not apply to the learning activities. The expectation is that learning activities occur within the week
    of occurrence and are due by the close of the week at 11:59 p.m. EST.
    Students who miss one or more weekly learning activities and contacts the faculty after the due date, cannot expect to make up
    the learning activities. Learning activities require a discussion and coming in after the fact means there is no discussion.
    Late Assignments for Extraordinary Circumstances
    There are times when extenuating circumstances arise and a few extra days to complete an assignment can make the difference
    between success and failure. However, the expectation is that a student contact the instructor BEFORE the assignment is due if there
    is an extraordinary circumstance.
    Notifying the instructor does not guarantee an extension will be granted.
    Students are expected to provide documentation for the excuse in all cases. This documentation needs to be presented at the
    time of request.
    Present the reason needed for additional time. Make sure to explain in detail.
    Present all work completed on the assignment/project at the time of request. Since assignments are not a last minute effort,
    students are required to place all completed work in the Assignment Folder at the time of request. This is an important request
    because if the request for an extension is denied, then students could potentially receive some credit for the assignment/project.
    If the instructor provides an extension, a new due date of his or her choice or denial of the request will be done in writing. The
    instructor will provide an email with a clear statement of extension or denial. In all cases, the student will submit what they have
    completed on the outstanding assignment/learning activity. No phone conversations or unclear responses will constitute an
    If an extension is granted and the assignment is not posted in its entirety by the due date provided by the instructor, the student
    will is subject to the Late Assignment policy.
    If an extension is granted, the assignment may be subject to a late penalty.
    Please note that there is no opportunity to turn in any work after the last day of class.
    If a student submits an assignment in the Assignment Folder by the new due date, and then resubmits the assignment after that
    due date, the assignment submitted timely will be graded. A student does not have the option of selecting which assignment will
    be graded.
    Examples of Extraordinary Circumstances
    Last minute military deployment or field work
    Emergency hospitalization of student or immediate family member
    Catastrophic weather-related incident resulting in lack of internet access
    Death of immediate family member
    NOTE: When the class is officially over on Sunday, 11:59 p.m. EST on the last day of class, no graded work will be accepted. No
    Extra Credit Policy
    There is no opportunity for extra credit in this course. As this is an eight-week course, it is important for you to focus your time on the
    required assignments, readings, and discussions. Do not neglect your assignments in hopes of completing extra credit at some future
    point in the course. That strategy will rarely be successful either in helping you manage your time or in enhancing your learning.
     Project Descriptions
    Always submit your best, most thoughtful work. Assignments should be well organized and should demonstrate the level of writing
    expected of college students at the 300 level. Present your ideas as thoroughly as you can, providing examples and appropriate
    citations, (using the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition). You must adhere to the page-length
    requirements identified for each assignment. Your writing style is very important, and you will be graded on this aspect of your work in
    such areas as organization, grammar, punctuation, etc. Do not use the PDF format when submitting assignments.
    Creative approaches, evidence of critical thinking, and detailed answers are required. If you disagree with the materials presented in
    the course, argue your point with verifiable examples and outside data, properly documented and cited. Remember that even
    paraphrased material requires proper citation (use APA format, both within the text and in your reference list). Post your assignments
    as an attachment in your assignment folder on or before the due date (use Word or an RTF file format). Late submissions are not
    accepted. Make a backup copy of your work in case you experience computer or network problems when you are uploading your
    assignment. Submitted assignments will be considered your final submission and submissions by email afterward will not be
    Review and use the instructions and rubric for each assignment. Review the APA guidelines under Course Overview prior to
    submission. Check that all citations and references are correct and noted within your paper. Turnitin may be used to review each
    paper for plagiarism.
    Learning Activities
    Students will participate in learning activities in weeks 1, 6, and 8. It is important for students to enter the classroom early in week 1
    to complete the first learning activity.
    What is presented below is only an introduction to the projects. See Assignment Folder for full disclosure of projects.
    Team Deliverables
    Students will complete three group projects in weeks 2, 3, and 4. Week 2 Deliverable is a job announcement. In Week 3, students will
    complete Part One of a Succession Plan. In week 4, students will complete Part Two of the Succession Plan.
    Peer Evaluation
    Students will evaluate the performance of his or her team members in relation ot performance in completing the team deliverables.
    Individual Deliverables
    Students will complete two individual assignments. In week 5, students will complete a self-assessment and job application memo.
    In week 7, students will write a report on crisis leadership
     Academic Policies
    Academic Policies and Guidelines
    As a member of the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) academic community that honors integrity and respect for
    others you are expected to maintain a high level of personal integrity in your academic work at all times. Your work should be original
    and must not be reused in other courses.
    Students are expected to work together cooperatively, and treat fellow students and faculty with respect, showing professionalism
    and courtesy in all interactions. Please review the Code of Civility for more guidance on interacting in UMUC classrooms:
    UMUC is committed to ensuring that all individuals are treated equally according to Policy 040.30 Affirmative Action, Equal
    Opportunity, and Sexual Harassment (
    Students with disabilities who need accommodations in a course are encouraged to contact the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS)
    at, or call 800-888-UMUC (8682) or 240-684-2287.
    The following academic policies and procedures apply to this course and your studies at UMUC.
    150.25 Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism ( – UMUC defines
    academic dishonesty as the failure to maintain academic integrity. All charges of academic dishonesty will be brought in
    accordance with this Policy.
    Note: In this course, your instructor has access to use, a tool that helps to evaluate the originality of student work.
    Your instructor may use Turnitin or other resources to check the authenticity of your work and the accuracy of your use of
    sources. To learn more about Turnitin, the feedback it provides, and your options regarding the storage of your work in the
    Turnitin database go to the UMUC guides at
    ( and
    ( If you have questions about academic integrity or how to cite your
    sources go to the UMUC Academic Integrity Resources page at
    academic-integrity/resources.cfm (
    151.00 Code of Student Conduct (
    The following policies describe the requirements for the award of each degree:
    Degree Completion Requirements for the Graduate School (
    Degree Completion Requirements for a Bachelor’s Degree (
    Degree Completion Requirements for an Associate’s Degree (
    170.71 Policy on Grade of Incomplete ( – The mark of I is exceptional
    and considered only for certain courses. Students who have completed 60% of their coursework with a grade of B or better for
    graduate courses or C or better for undergraduate courses and request an I before the end of the term. The mark of I is not
    available for noncredit courses.
    170.72 Course Withdrawal Policy ( – Students must follow drop and
    withdrawal procedures and deadlines available at ( under Academic Calendar.
    130.80 Procedures for Review of Alleged Arbitrary and Capricious Grading
    ( – appeals may be made on final course grades as described
    205.06 Calculation Of Grade-Point Average (GPA) for Inclusion on Transcripts and Transcript Requests
    ( – Note: Undergraduate and Graduate Schools have different
    Grading Policies (i.e. The Graduate School does not award the grade of D). See Course Syllabus for Grading Policies.
    According to UMUC’s grading policy, the following marks are used:
    Undergraduate Graduate
    A 90-100 90-100
    B 80-89 80-89
    C 70-79 70-79*
    D 60-69 N/A**
    F 59 or below 69 or below
    FN Failure-Non attendance Failure-Non attendance
    G Grade Pending Grade Pending
    P Passing Passing
    S Satisfactory Satisfactory
    U Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory
    I Incomplete Incomplete
    AU Audit Audit
    W Withdrew Withdrew
  • The grade of “B” represents the benchmark for The Graduate School. Students must maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or
    higher. Classes where final grade of C or F places a student on Academic Probation must be repeated.
    ** The Graduate School does not award the grade of D.
    UMUC values its students’ feedback. You will be asked to complete an online evaluation toward the end of the term. The primary
    purpose of this evaluation process is to assess the effectiveness of classroom instruction in order to provide the best learning
    experience possible and make continuous improvements to every class. Responses are kept confidential. Please take full advantage
    of this opportunity to provide your feedback.
    Extensive library resources and services are available online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week
    at ( to support you in your studies. The UMUC
    Library provides research assistance in creating search strategies, selecting relevant databases, and evaluating and citing resources
    in a variety of formats via its Ask a Librarian service at
    This course may contain links to external sites neither owned nor maintained by UMUC. UMUC bears no responsibility for the
    accuracy, legality, or content of external sites or for that of subsequent links. In addition, the terms of use, security policies, and
    privacy policies may differ from those of UMUC. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content, terms of use,
    and policies.
    Those requiring technical assistance can access Help@UMUC Support directly in LEO under the Help menu. Additional technical
    support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week via self-help and live chat at
    ( or by phone toll-free at 888-360-UMUC (8682).
    All items on this syllabus are subject to change at the discretion of the Instructor and the Office of Academic Affairs.
     Class & Assignment Schedule
    Week 1 What is Meant by Leadership
    and Who are Leaders?
    Week 1 Readings
    Week 1 Learning Activities
    Week 2 Leadership Styles, Traits,
    Attributes, and
    Week 2 Readings
    Team Deliverable 1: Job
    Week 3 Mission, Vision, and
    Strategic Thinking, Planning
    for Tomorrow
    Week 3 Readings
    Team Deliverable 2:
    Succession Planning for
    Biotech – Part One
    Week 4 Leadership Challenges of
    Week 4 Readings
    Team Deliverable 3:
    Succession Planning for
    Biotech – Part Two
    Peer Evaluation
    Post Interview Information
    Week 5 Self-Knowledge as a
    Powerful Leadership Tool
    Week 5 Readings
    Individual Deliverable 1: Self
    Assessment and Job
    Application Memo
    Week 6 Leaders and Followers Week 6 Readings
    Week 6 Learning Activities –
    Case Scenario
    Week 7 Creating a Culture and
    Structure that Enhances
    Week 7 Readings
    Individual Deliverable 2:
    Crisis Leadership Report
    Week 8 Bringing It All Together
    Week 8 Readings
    Week 8 Learning Activities –
    Students can access their complete list of assignments and their corresponding due dates within the Assignments section of the
    classroom by navigating to the Assignments section of the class from the main navigation bar. Follow the link below, and then click
    Assignments, for a video demonstration on how to utilize this feature.
    Assignments with full description and grading rubrics are also available under the Syllabus Module
    Classroom Walkthrough Videos Link (
    Students also have access to a calendar tool on the course homepage within the classroom.
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