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PGM214 Supervising & Delegating

Lead Faculty: Dr. Michael McAnear

Course Description

A survey of basic managerial and leadership theory, with an emphasis on training for managers and development of leadership skills to help provide a teamwork philosophy in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe and explain the theory of management in the operation of a golf facility.
  • Describe typical problems encountered by managers in the golfing industry.
  • Understand the theory of successful management philosophies in the workplace.
  • Utilize case studies to understand the application basic management philosophies.
  • Discuss leadership systems in the golf workplace and how to implement such systems.
  • Utilize case studies to understand the application of these leadership systems in the golf workplace.
  • Discuss what is meant by "Internal Control" and why it is important for any enterprise; also, provide several examples of internal control procedures commonly used by a golf course or golf management company.