The University of Phoenix Master of Arts in Organizational Management (MAOM) program is designed to support the development of managers, ensuring that staff is led, managed, motivated and trained to their highest potential. This helps organizations fulfill their missions by ensuring that those who manage are competent to lead their organizations. The 40-credit MAOM program addresses issues managers must face, which include the following:
·Ensuring that staff is motivated to produce at their highest potential.
·Assessing staff competence, and recognizing when coaching, training, and changes in compensation are necessary to support the company's mission.
·Identifying personnel conflicts and managing their resolution with speed and efficiency.
·Understanding the legal constraints of the employment relationship.
·Ensuring that the necessary technologies and other tools are available so that staff can deliver results within time and budget constraints.
·Recognizing when external expertise is required; whether for technology consulting, conflict management, or quality assurance.
·Understanding the organization's internal and external customers, and recognizing the importance of the company's image in promoting and "selling" the organization.
·Understanding and acting within the organization's ethical structure, and recognizing the correlation with their personal ethics.
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