MN100_Workshop_Q_Student_Allocation

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MN100 W ORKSHOP Q W ORKSHOPS , E SSAYS AND A LLOCATION Special topic Workshop & week Essay title Student allocation 1 Workshop 3: 12 th November Drawing on Weber’s ideal type, critically consider the relevance of bureaucratic administration to the management of twenty-first century organisations. Amini, Farid Chan, Chung Chifa, Dora Andreea Cisneros, Lucia Derry, Nicola 2 Workshop 4: w/c 26 th November The Hawthorne Studies have been heavily criticised for the managerial stance that affected the researchers’ interpretation of their data. Examine these ideological criticisms and assess the continuing value of their findings and practical implications. Farenden-Manning, Daryll (?) Ho, Hong Jahjah, Anana Kim Seongho Oi Yi Sum (Avis) Tsz Hung (Anson) 3 Workshop 5: w/c 21 st January By outlining in some detail a piece of structural contingency research, evaluate the contributions of this
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Unformatted text preview: general approach to studying organisation structure. Knapp, Michelle(?) Li, Yu Manolov, Momchill Moorcraft, Pedro(?) Alalwan, Faris 4 Workshop 6: w/c 4 th February To what extent do you agree with the proposition that organisations with strong cultures are more likely to be high economic performers than those with weak cultures? Nheta, Shamiso Petretti, Yann-Alexandre Revesz, Tekla Sassoli de Bianchi, Federico JEAN-Philippe, Leclef Clarissa, Mariotti 5 Workshop 7: w/c 25 th February ‘Employees are always likely to work harder when their jobs offer them greater discretion and responsibility’. Critically assess this generalisation in the light of job redesign theories. Sheikh, Haseeb Sukhasvasti, Onampa Toledano, Nathan Wilson, Clare Humza, Malik Rahim, Mahmood...
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