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UNIVERSIDAD INCA GARCILASO DE LA VEGA 3.1. Organizational structure concept.

FACULTY OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE AND ECONOMICS SCIENCE 3.2. Work division.


3.3. Work coordination.
PROFESSIONAL CARREER OF ADMINISTRATION
PROFFESSIONAL CARREER OF ECONOMICS 4. UNIT: OBJECTIVES OF THE ORGANIZATION
4.1. Concept of goals and objectves of the organization.
SYLLABUS 4.2. Typology of objectives.
4.3. Objectives and decisions making.
I. GEERAL INFORMATION:
5. UNIT: ORGANIZATIONS ENVIRONMENT
COURSE CODE CREDITS SEASON 5.1. The environment and the theory of systems.
5.2. Macro-environment.
ORGANIZATIONS THEORY A010 03 II 5.3. Micro-environment.
PRE-REQUISITE CURRÍCULA: 2007
6. UNIT: HOW TO CREATE AN ENTERPRISE
DURATION: 17 WEEKS 6.1. Legal and procedure.
-.- 6.2. Planning the creation.
WEEKLY HOURS: 04
THEORY: 02 PRACTICE: 02 V. METHODOLOGY
Prioritize the testimonial, participative and direct studies as well as the inductive, deductive
II. OVERVIEW and analitic studies, searching for a balance in the transmision of conceptual and
The course covers the study of the characteristics of an organization which determine its nature and procedural knowledge for a significant learning process. The use of techniques of work
functioning. It includes the study of the organization as a social system; the work groups, culture of field, analysis of lectures and comment of texts will be aplied.
the organizations, the structure ofthe organizations , the objectives and goals and the environment.
Also the creation of an enterprise. ∗
EVALUATIONS
III. OBJETIVES The evaluation sistem considers the following bi-annual evaluations:
A. GENERAL: • 2 Practices (one mandatory practice and one general )
At the end of the course the student will be able to know the behavior of an organization • Exams (Mid-term and Final)
based on the nature and phonomena which regulate its functioning. - The mandatory practice (P1), is anonymous and is performed on small notebooks with a
detachable edge.
B. OTHER MAIN POINTS - The general practice (P2), is administrated by the proffesor and includes an average of
At the end of the course the student will be able to: the different evaluations the professor takes into consideration to ensure each of the
1. Determine the behavior of individuals and groups of individuals that form the academic units is learned.
organization. - The exams (E1 y E2), iclude the Mid-term Exam (E1) which will be taken at the end of
2. Know how an organization builds its structure deliberately. the second month of the academic Season and the Final Exam (E2) which will be taken at
3. Stablish the goals and objectives an organizations sets and self impose. the end of the academic Season.
4. Analyse the environment surrounding the organization. - The grade scale goes from 0 to 20, the half point will be in favor of the alumni. The
5. Elaborate a profile to create an enterprise. minimal passing grade is eleven (11).
- The final passing mark (NPR) of the course is obtained by taking the average of the
IV. THEMATIC CONTENT: practives grades and the E1 and E2 exams:
1. UNIT: ORGANIZATION AS A SOCIAL SYSTEM.
1.1. Modern organization. PRACTICES NOTES (NP) = P1 + P2
1.2. Oganizations theory 2
1.3. Baisc concepts and characteristics of the organization.
1.4. Properties of the organization. FINAL PASSING MARK (NPR) = NP + E1 + E2
1.5. Historical background of modern organizations. 3
1.6. Typology of the organizations.

2. UNIT: WORKGROUPS IN ORGANIZATIONS



2.1. Individuals and the formation of groups in the organization. The evaluation of the learning process, constitutes a permanent and comprehensive process of
2.2. Concept of Social institution. achievements measurement based on the academic objectives stablished at a syllabus
2.3. Organizational culture. level or extended objectives, of study fields and mid objectives and finally at a results
2.4. Change in the organizational culture. and objectives level in terms of the profile of Graduate in Administration and Economists
3. UNIT: STRUCTURE OF THE ORGANIZATION (Licensiado en Administración y Economistas).
13. SCHEIN, Edgar H. PSICOLOGÍA DE LA ORGANIZACIÓN. Editorial
VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Prentice Hall. España 1972.

a. BASIC **********************
1. BRICEÑO PUENTE, JOSE. TEORIA DE LAS ORGANIZACIÓN. MAIS
UIGV / FCAyCE. LIMA - 2001
2. HODGE, B.J.; W.P.ANTHONY y L.M. GALES. TEORIA DE LA
ORGANIZACIÓN Un enfoque estratégico. Mc. Graw Hill. 1999.
b. COMPLEMENTARY

1. ANSOFF, H. Igor. LA ESTRATEGIA DE LA EMPRESA Ediciones Orbis.


España. 1985

2. BUNGE, Mario. INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA. Editorial Ariel S.A.


Barcelona.

3. CHIAVENATO, Idalberto. INTRODUCCION A LA TEORÍA GENERAL DE


LA ADMINISTRACIÓN. Quinta edición. Mc. Graw Hill. 1999

4. DUBIN, Robert. LAS RELACIONES HUMANAS EN LA ADMINISTRACIÓN.


2da. Edición. CECSA. 1964

5. DURANTE, Rola. LAS ORGANIZACIONES QUE APRENDER. Ediciones


Macchi. Buenos Aires. 1998

6. HERMIDA, Jorge y Roberto SERRA. ADMINISTRACIÓN ESTRATÉGICA.


Ediciones Macchi. Argentina. 1989

7. IRIARTE BRENER, Francisco. ANTROPOLOGÍA. Fondo Editorial –


Universidad Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. Lima. 2000

8. KAST, Fremont E. y James E. ROSENZWEIG. ADMINISTRACIÓN DE LAS


ORGANIZACIONES. Enfoque de sistemas y contingencias. Ed. Mc. Graw
Hill. Máxico. 1988

9. KLIKSBERG, Bernardo. EL PENSAMIENTO ORGANIZATIVO: DEL


TAYLORISMO A LA TEORIA DE LA ORGANIZACIÓN. Editorial Paidós.
Buenos Aires. 1975

10. MALINOWSKI, Bronislaw. UNA TEORÍA CIENTÍFICA DE LA CULTURA.


Editorial SARPE. España. 1984

11. MAYNTZ, Renate. SOCIOLOGÍA DE LA ORGANIZACIÓN. Alianza


Editorial. Madrid. 1967.

12. PFIFFNER, John M. y Frank p. SHERWOOD. ORGANIZACIÓN


ADMINISTRATIVA. Editorial Herrero Hnos. México. 1968