Lecture_1___8211__Introduction

Lecture_1___8211__Introduction - Lecture1Introduction

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    Lecture 1 – Introduction 1001MGT Management Concepts Semester 2, 2005 Convenor: Associate Professor Bradley  Bowden
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    Organisation of Lecture Basic Introduction and Staff Involved in  Course Text Book – Electronic Resources Brief Prize Presentation to top 1001MGT students  from Semester 1 Presentation by Duncan Lamont, McGraw-Hill on  using text resources (app. 10-15 minutes) Outline of Course Organisation and  Assessment Break (10 minutes) Challenge of Management (50 minutes)
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    Basic Introduction
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    Staff Associate Professor Bradley Bowden Convenor; 11 th  year at Griffith; author of 4 books, 13 articles,  10 book chapters; consultant in mining industry Dr Polly Parker Senior Lecturer, formerly at Auckland Business School;  worked as teacher; six articles, 2 book chapters Lecturers – from GBS Learning Development Unit Leo Kriticos – Tutor, former HRM officer and Manager Angela Polle – Tutor, number business appointments Duncan Derwin – Tutor, currently runs own business Jeanette Burrows – formerly Dpt Director in Public Service Eric Holm – worked HR manager in retail sector
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    Course Goals Provide students with core knowledge about  management Provide problem identification and research  skills needed in both University and business Challenging assessment items but support  through lectures and tutorials Goal is to ensure students learn as well as pass Provide structure in which students are  required to work progressively from early  point
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    Behavioural Contracts Staff Pledge NOT to: Watch footy on TV, drink beer, smoke, talk  on mobile phones, talk loudly to friend  while lecture or tutorial is in progress, or go  to sleep Students should not: Watch footy on TV, drink beer, smoke, talk  on mobile phones, talk loudly to friend  while lecture or tutorial is in progress
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    Organisation and Assessment -  Overview Course follows standard management format Concepts build on each other; Lectures will  highlight concepts from text and explore some  additional areas Assessment begins Week 3 and least bi-weekly  after that
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