Management

     
CodeSubjectCreditClassDescription
ECMU603005Marketing Management3S1 Reg EMAThis course is the basic course of marketing major designed for second year students of Undergraduate Program in Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI). The topics discussed in this course are: The definition of marketing, the understanding of marketing role in business, the analysis of marketing opportunities, individual and business consumers’ behaviors, and the main elements of a marketing plan (market segments, target market, positioning, and marketing mix). This course aims to make students able to analyze the marketing concepts according to marketing theories and concepts of consumer products.
ECMU60104Strategic Management3S1 Reg EMAThis course offers basic origin of the strategic management and strategic planning model. This course emphasize on the understanding and student capabilities to answer what, where, when, why, and how question regarding to strategic management issues
ECMU602004 Financial Management 3S1 Reg EMAFinancial Management introduces students to the process of financial managers in making decisions and corporate governance its implications on corporate performance. Students will also be introduced to corporate governance in modern corporations. Topics to be covered in this course will include: measuring corporate performance; financial forecasting, planning & budgeting; working capital management; time value of money; risk and return; cost of capital; assets (stocks and bonds) valuation; capital budgeting/corporate investment; corporate governance; capital structure decisions; and dividend policy. Course concepts are integrated into the standard theories of risk and return, valuation of assets and capital structure
ECMU605011Operations Management3S1 Reg EMAOperations Management is a discipline that applies to services as well as manufacturing/factories. The production of goods and services requires operations management. The efficient production of goods and services requires effective application of concepts, tools and techniques of operation management.
ECMU605011Operation Management3KKIOperations Management is a discipline that applies to services as well as manufacturing/factories. The production of goods and services requires operations management. The efficient production of goods and services requires effective application of concepts, tools and techniques of operation management.
ECMU604033Organizational Culture3KKIThis course explains the fundamental concepts of organizational culture. The topics cover definition of organizational culture, roles of culture in organizational succeed, substance of organizational culture, culture and organizational restructuring, roles of top management in forming and developing organizational culture, components of organizational culture, as well as dynamics culture in organization activities.
ECMU604060 International HR Management3KKIThis subject covers all fundamental concepts of human resources (HR) management. It will discuss the theories of strategic HR, job analysis, recruitment, selection, orientation process in a company, training and development, performance appraisal, managing careers, and compensation management.
ECMU601024Managerial Decision Making 3KKIThe course will help students to identify the different categories and situations, to determine the proper decision making approach, to calculate cost and benefit of any additional information, to understand the basic game theory, and to be a facilitator in a group decision making process. It discusses the decision-making techniques under uncertainty, the evaluation of cost and benefit for additional information, and the basic qualitative decision analysis for complex situations, which involve multi objectives, uncertainty and multi participants.
ECMU601089CSR and Business Ethics (KKI 2016-…., 2 SKS)2KKIThe relationship between business and society is a problem that is continuously questionable. That is, to what extent the companies should get involved and become part of community life. Assuming that the company is an open system, the company in today's interaction with the environment is getting more intense in which firms are located. Citizens are also increasingly concerned to corporate behavior and activities, so that companies today must not only be oriented to the consumers' needs but also pay attention to and take into account their stakeholder not just their shareholder . The stakeholder orientation lead that if the company want to continue its operations the company will need to consider the interaction and inter-relations with the outside environment where the company is located. Further consequences, is that in running each function of business, companies are challenged to integrate external demand, which determines the existence of the company itself. This course provides students the basics of business ethics and brings students to understand the complexity of the company's relationship with the community related to corporate social responsibility. Students are also expected to understand that there is a polemic in Indonesia, including the most recent Act on Limited Liability Companies.
ECMU601050Entrepreneurship3KKIThis student centered learning course is aimed to develop the students’ understanding in the theoretical and empirical based of the field of entrepreneurship. Bear in mind that entrepreneurship as a field of study is really quite young, though it’s existence as old as human history. Entrepreneurship is the dynamic process of creating incremental wealth. Others scholars define as process of creating something new and assuming the risks and rewards. All agreed that the wealth and reward are created by individuals who assume the major risks in terms of equity, time, and/or career commitment of organizing and providing value for some product or service. Entrepreneurship activities requires energy and passion towards the creation and implementation of new ideas and creative solutions. These comprised of the willingness to take calculated risks (in terms of time, equity, or career); the ability to formulate and organize an effective venture team; the ability to adept the creative skill in assembling needed resources; understanding the benefits of building a feasible business plan; and, finally, the vision to recognize opportunity of various future facilities where others see as un-wanted changes, chaos, contradiction, and confusion. Within the subject of developing the entrepreneurship sciences, FEUI is taking the courage to set a target of creating real benefit consistently concluded by our students, entrepreneurs and policy makers.
ECMU604013Organizational Behaviour3KKIThis subject introduces the human resources factor in company/organization. Organization is comprised of human that borne relation and interaction among its members. Therefore, systematic understanding of how people behave in organization is needed by students to understand and analyze the performance of organization, satisfaction and effectiveness of policy. Moreover, this course teaches how to apply concept and theory in changing behavior in organization, start from individual, team to organization so that the organization can achieve its goal.
ECMU603005Marketing Management3KKIThis course is the basic course of marketing major designed for second year students of Undergraduate Program in Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI). The topics discussed in this course are: The definition of marketing, the understanding of marketing role in business, the analysis of marketing opportunities, individual and business consumers’ behaviors, and the main elements of a marketing plan (market segments, target market, positioning, and marketing mix). This course aims to make students able to analyze the marketing concepts according to marketing theories and concepts of consumer products.
ECMU604009Human Resources Management3KKIThis subject covers all fundamental concepts of human resources (HR) management. It will discuss the theories of strategic HR, job analysis, recruitment, selection, orientation process in a company, training and development, performance appraisal, managing careers, and compensation management.