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BUS005 Managing People and Organisations 1
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Course Objectives Equip students with a fundamental understanding of the key principles of management and organizational behaviour Help students to become effective and efficient Managers/Supervisors S1- 2
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Managing People and Organization (MPO) 1) The Nature of Management 2) Social Responsibility And Managerial Ethics 3) International Management and Globalization 4) Individual and Group Decision Making 5) Planning 6) Strategic Management 7) Organizational Structure and Design 8) Leadership 9) Motivation 10) Groups and Teams 11) Organizational Change and Development 12) Control 13) Revision 1 14) Revision 2 Test/Assignment Weeks CA1, Group Project, 24/2 CA2, Online Quiz, 15-22/3
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Assessment Scheme S1- 4 1. Continuous Assessments 30% • Group Assignment (20%) • Online MCQ (10%) 2. Semester Examination 70% 3-hour written unseen exam Total 100%
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Group Assignment (20%) Deadline for submission of : Group Project Form Lesson 4 Group Size : 4-5 students Final Report 24 Feb, 11:59am Late Submission Penalty Marks Within 24 hours: 20% to be deducted from total marks More than 24 hours: submission will be graded zero Peer Evaluation S1- 5
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S1- 6 The cover page should include the FULL names and NRIC/Passport numbers of all group members as in the register. The report must be type-written with words in 1.5 line spacing , font-size 12, Times New Roman . This report must be submitted in Word format . The report should not exceed 3,000 words (excluding cover page, content page, references and appendices). State the word count at the end of the report. The assignment will be marked out of 100 marks and counts for 20% of the total assessment in the module. Breakdown of marks : a) Answers to questions 80 marks b) Introduction & conclusion 10 marks c) Language, mechanics of writing & presentation 10 marks Group Assignment (20%)
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Class Discipline Attendance Punctuality Tea Break Participation Talking during lesson S1- 7
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Focus Critical Analysis of Management and Organizational Behaviour Application of Fundamental Management Concepts to Business Situations Case Studies S1- 8
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Session 1 Management and Organisations
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Management & Organization : Outline Management & Manager Managerial Levels Types of Managers Resources used by Managers Main Concerns of Managers Managerial Challenges What do Managers Do? S1- 10
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What is Management? Management is a process that involves: Assembling and using sets of resources Acting in a goal-directed manner to accomplish tasks Activities carried out in an organizational setting S1- 11
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Assembles and uses sets of resources Acts in a goal- directed manner to accomplish tasks within an organisational setting What is a Manager?
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