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Preparatory Readings in Agencies
Academic Assessment Forum: Grade Records
Week 1Week of August 23, 2004Academic Assessment of Learning:
The Technical Term for Grading Policy
Bolman and Deal, Introduction
Week 2Week of August 30, 2004Dialogic Answerability in Hierarchical Institutions
Bolman and Deal
Chapters 1 and 2
Minimal Requirements in Agencies: First and Second Weeks
July 4, 2004
Week 3Week of September 8, 2003Organizations from McDonald's to Harvard University
Bolman and Deal, Chapters 3 and 4
Catching up in Week 4
Week 4Week of September 15, 2003What Do Managers Really Do?
And What Do Workers Really Do?
Bolman and Deal, Chapter 5
Week 5Week of September 22, 2003Managers: Stewards and Enterpreneurs
And How Do They Fit?
Bolman and Deal, Chapters 6 and 7
Minimal Requirements in Agencies: Third, Fourth, and Fifth Weeks
Week 6Week of September 29, 2003Interpersonal and Group Dynamics
And Answerability
Bolman and Deal, Chapter 8
Week 7Week of October 6, 2003The Political Perspective
Is There a Right or Left?
Is There a God?
Bolman and Deal, Chapters 9 and 10
Week 8Week of October 13, 2003Organizations as Political Agents
Minimal Requirements in Agencies:Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Weeks
Week 9Week of October 20, 2003Organizations as Ritual, Symbol, Theatre
Bolman and Deal, Chaters 12, 13, and 14
Week 10Week of October 27, 2003Integrating Perspectives
Bolman and Deal, Chapter 15
Week 11Week of November 3, 2003But What Can I Do?
Bolman and Deal, Chapters 16 and 17
Week 12Week of November 10, 2003Does Any of It Really Matter?
Bolman and Deal, Chapters 18, 19, and 20
Minimal Requirements in Agencies: Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Weeks
Week 13Week of November 17, 2003
Pat and jeanne not available.
Review, Revise, and Practice
Answerability as a Moral and Illocutionary Force in Social Agencies
jeanne and Pat
not available
Answerability as a Moral and Illocutionary Force in Social Agencies
Week 14Week of November 24, 2003
Thanksgiving Week
Presentations - Answerability as a Moral and Illocutionary Force
Week 15Week of December 1, 2003Presentations - Answerability as a Moral and Illocutionary Force
Week 16Week of December 8, 2003Exam Week

Final Exam scheduled for Thursday, December 11, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. in our regular classroom, SBS B110. In accordance with our philosophy of learning there will be no final exam, but grades will have to go in by Tuesday, December 16.

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For purposes of grading we provide the readings and exercises listed here. There will be no "testing." That means that you will not have to live in anxious anticipation of what we will ask and how much you will have to know. Instead, we will provide weekly discussion questions, lectures, essays, and concepts we feel that you should know as a result of having taken this course. You will assure us of that learning and receive your grade for the questions and concepts about which you choose to write and talk with us. In addition you will find detailed explanations and examples on our grading policies in the first week's reading.

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