MGMT1001 Topic 1 - Introduction

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    What is an Organisation & Management?(topic 1) Foundations of Management Theory (topic 2) Human Resource Management (topic 8) Strategic Management (topic 9) Leadership (topic 10)

    The relationship between organisations and society Social responsibility and ethics (topic 3) International Business (topic 11)

    Individuals in organisations Attitudes, perception, personality (topic 4) Decision making (topic 5) Communication (topic 6) Groups and teams (topic 7)

    Attendance:1 x 2hr lecture per week1 x 1hr tutorial per week

    Individual study readings, assignments

    Team simulation

    Skill building disciplinary content, study/ academic skills and graduate attributes

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    Grade Description Marks

    Outstanding

    Contribution

    Attends 9 + tutorials and actively participates in both small group and class

    discussions. Contributions in class reflect thorough preparation. Provides

    good insights; has clear and thoughtful views; and supports and argues for

    but is open to modifying positions.

    8-10

    Satisfactory Attends 9 + tutorials and participates in both small group and class

    discussions. Contributions demonstrate some preparation for tutorial. Some

    contribution of facts or opinion.

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    Unsatisfactory Attends 9 + tutorials but is an unwilling participant, is observed to rarely

    speak in small group discussion and never voluntarily speaks in class

    discussions. For example: only speaks when directly addressed by a tutor.

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  • Everest simulation participation

    Required for you to complete Assignment 2 You will work in teams of 5 7 members To be able to write your individual Everest Report:

    Teams must attempt BOTH Everest 1 and Everest 2. You are encouraged to do at least one simulation virtually.* The simulation must be played by everyone at the same time

    Students will be notified of their team in Week 4 (this is the only opportunity for you to meet your team in class)

    More information about Everest simulation in the course website

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    2 hour exam in the University Exam period Exam period 12 29 June 2015 We have no control over the Exam schedule, and cannot

    schedule early exams More details about the exam in the Lecture in Week 12

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    Reflect the following Questions:1) How have Organisations

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    2) What is your idea of the Workplace in the 21stcentury?

    3) How will these changes impact your future career as a member of an organisation?

  • Reflect for next weeks lecture:How is management relevant to organisations?

    (Why do organisations need management?)

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  • Key dates for s1 2015Everest simulation 1 11 April (9am) 19 April (Midnight)

    Everest simulation 2 2 May (9am) 8 May (Midnight)

    Assignment 1: Essay 30 March (Monday, Week 5), by 10am

    Assignment 2: Report 15 May (Friday, Week 10), by 10am

    Research Studies Participation

    Weeks 2 13

    Tutorial attendance & participation

    Weeks 2 13

    Class Presentation Allocation in week 3 Examination period 12 29 June

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