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personal study hours, including completion of assessment requirements. Note that “attendance at specified classes will be a mandatory requirement for satisfactory completion of some subjects” (Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy, 5.10); and that additional hours may be required per week for those students in need of English language, numeracy or other learning support. Key subject activities Time Day/ Date Room/ Location Lecture and workshop 17-19 Wednesday 301 Tutorial and workshop 11-13 Friday 401 For information on the days and times when lectures, tutorials, workshops, etc. are scheduled for all of your subjects, visit JCU Lecture Timetables at 1.2 Key dates A summary of the assessable items for BU1104 is provided in the table below. Please read through the assessment details presented later in this subject guide. Key dates Date Census date See 2016 Study Period and Census Dates Last date to withdraw without academic penalty see 2016 Study Period and Census Dates 1. Workbook Assessment Task 1 (25%) Week 6 2. Workbook Assessment Task 2 (25%) Week 9 3. Final Exam (50%) Due in the Examination Period Section 2. Subject details 2.1 Subject description This subject explores the external and internal environmental context of business and organisational practices in the tropics. It examines different facets of management operating in remote locations experiencing constraints on resources. The subject places emphasis on the fundamental building blocks of management: plan, organise, lead and control, which are crucial to starting, growing and maintaining a successful business. Prominence is also placed on the contemporary drivers of global, societal and regional change, such as, sustainability, cultural perspectives, corporate social responsibility, ethical accountability and governance. BU1104 is a first year core subject of the Business degree, as such; it is part of a suite of essential subjects which forms the basis of your degree. This subject provides a robust foundation on which to build and customise your degree according to your choice of majors and/or minors. 2.2 Subject and Course learning outcomes As a student it is important for you to understand how the course learning outcomes are being addressed by the subject though specific subject learning that you are to achieve. The following table shows the alignment College of Business, Law & Governance BU1104 Page 4 of 14 2016
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between the learning outcomes at the course and subject level. Students who successfully complete this subject will be able to Subject Learning Outcomes Assessment 1. analyse key drivers of change to business practices in a tropical context Small Business Workbook Final exam 2. explain how organisations can be ethically, corporately and socially responsible in achieving sustainable practice Small Business Workbook Final exam 3. discuss the principles of diversity management Final exam 4. examine key features of the four functions of management in the context of organisational structures.
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