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Organizational Management


 with Uwa Irving

short description:
This course looks at problems and functions that business executives face within the framework of day-to-day operations and long-term development of the organization.
long description:
Topics include an introduction to legal issues, technology and change, managerial conduct, promotion, operations management, planning the organization\'s future, and hazard supervision.
level of difficulty:
all welcome
minimum class size:
I am available 5 out of seven days as often as is necessary to respond to students.
fee comments:
fifty dollars per day.
 session structure





Organizational Management

live session

This course looks at problems and functions that business executives face within the framework of day-to-day operations and long-term development of the organization.

1h 0m

total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: One hour, four out of 7 days for six weeks.

languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 50US$  (500lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: self-paced

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United States

Uwa Irving

description of :
I am a very dedicated instructor who enjoys teaching graduate and undergraduate students both online and on-ground. I have six years teaching experience at University of Phoenix and I believe that I have contributed positively to the academic success of many students. I am seeking the opportunity to teach on-line.
Teacher's qualifications:
• Completing a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology at Walden University.
• Obtained Masters of Arts Degree from University of Phoenix in Organizational Management as the major in the year of 2002.
• Obtained Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of North Alabama, with Psychology as the major in the year of 1979.
• Certified Grant Writer.
Professional Excellence Summary
• Have over 6 years experience in teaching at college level, including online instruction at the University of Phoenix in Arizona.
• Performed duties as educational coach and Faculty Mentor at University of Phoenix, in Michigan.
• Experienced in performance of Academic Quality Assurance Assessment per department protocol.
• Nominated for Faculty of the Year
• Conducted various MBA classes on Business Management, Administrative Management and Leadership.
• Accomplished author, lecturer, national and international public speaker.
• Implemented various methods to develop study habits for students at the on-ground campus.
• Assisted in creating secondary and college level community based educational programs in developing countries.
Professional Background
2004- Present date: Work as an online instructor at University of Phoenix, Arizona with the following responsibilities:
• Provided necessary coaching and advising to the students.
• Provided lectures on business, leadership and management classes.
• Planned and implemented special collaborative activities and events with the proper coordination with the supportive officials along with the community representatives.
• Successful completion of numerous researches and bibliography of special subjects outside the course curriculum.
• Currently a member of University of Phoenix Faculty Mentoring and Quality Assurance Team.

2004- Present date: President of the African Women Economic Consortium.

• Provide high-level leadership function in the organization, providing services
for women and youth in the areas of financial planning, Personal Development,
• Educational, Cultural, Business Net-working, and Grant Writing.
• Provide Strategic Management Planning for Nonprofit organizations.
• Participate in United Nations sponsored global awareness programs to
alleviate the impact of HIV/AIDS on orphaned children.
• Coordinate construction of housing projects globally, using wind turbines
and solar power for energy.

2004-Present date: Current delegate of the United Nations World Council of Religions for World Peace (WCRP).

• Engaged in problem based learning solutions for orphan care on a global scale.
• Initiated Sustainable housing initiatives in third world countries.

1986-2004: Acted as Executive Director for Irving Residential Services *Include a page number if it is direct quote in the State of Michigan, with following responsibilities

• Served as the Administrator that operated 6 licensed facilities for
developmentally challenged adults in Oakland and Macomb Counties in the
State of Michigan
• Assigned duties to the secretary and bookkeeper
• Monitored the activities of six home managers
• Trained and supervised 46 direct care workers.
• Coordinated all interdisciplinary team patient care assessments

Awards and Recognitions

• Certificate of Recognition from Office of the Governor for Excellence in Emerging Minority Businesses for the State of Michigan (2008 and 2009).
• Spirit of Detroit Award from the Office of Mayor and City Council Detroit, Michigan (2006 and 2007)

's preferred teaching style:
I choose to be very accessible to my students. I usually start each discussion question with a brief summary. Additionally, I prompt my students to think deeper about their posts by posting follow up questions. I do not make it a habit to disagree with a student in any manner that may cause embarrassment. Instead I post any personal questions or comments in their individual forums.I try to encourage students who have a grasp of a subject matter and look for struggling students and offer additional opportunities to engage more in class discussions.


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