This course is concerned with the managerial aspects of organizational behavior in a national and global setting. It focuses on interactions among the structure and operations of organizations, the process of management, and the behavior of people in a work environment. The MBA students complete this course with both a theoretical and a practical understanding of traditional management concepts such as organizational structure, culture, motivation, leadership, and teams.
Managerial Economics is the application of economic theory and methodology to managerial decision making problems within various organizational settings such as a firm or a government agency. Topics covered include economic optimization, demand analysis and optimal pricing, production and cost analysis under different market conditions, decision making under risk and uncertainty as well as network economics.
The aim of this course is to familiarize the MBA students with the quantitative methods in management. It introduces the basic and relevant statistical concepts and techniques to students. Thereby it enables students to apply these concepts and techniques to practical problems across different business functional areas. The emphasis is on practical applications and real-world problem solving. Areas covered include: descriptive statistics, probability, probability distributions, inferential statistics, regression and correlation, and the use of a statistical software package. Linear programming is also covered.