Week 1: What is Management?
Tuesday, 4 June 2013
To teach a framework that can be used to build skills upon
To become a useful and successful member and leader of an organisation
To learn the 'languages' of organisation and manag
Answers to Past Multiple Choice Papers.
Session 1 2008 Final Exam.
Questions 13, 14, 15 were not taught this session.
Session 2 2008 Final Exam.
Session 1 2009 Final Exam.
Student Number: _Haakon
MGMT1001 s1 2013 Spot Collection
Bring to tutorials week beginning 3 June 2013
Topic 12: Recap and Review
Write a 200 word summary of the argument in the article by Gentry et.al. 2008.
Australian School of Business
Topic 7 Management and
Leadership session 1 2014
Who wants to be a manager?
Who wants to be a leader?
Guiding questions 1:
1. What is management?
2. What is leadership?
3. Are they different?
Are they different?
Week 11: Human Resources Management
Friday, 5 July 2013
Core competencies: a factor that is central to the way an organisation and its employees work
Sourced from core competencies
HBR Case Study
The Boss or
A rising-star executive calculates his response to
a hypercritical superior. by W. Earl Sasser
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1. Provide three reasons for why managers are important
Organisations need their managerial skills and abilities in uncertain, complex
and chaotic times
Managers are critical to getting things done in organisations
Managers contribute to employee producti
Week 3 Understanding Individual Behaviour
Identify the focus and goals of organizational behaviour
Organisational behaviour is the field of study concerned with the actions (behaviour)
Individual Behaviour: attitudes, personality, perception, lea
TOPIC 8: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Textbook question: answer Question 1 in the Thinking critically about management issues
section on page 259.
How does HRM affect all managers? (max. 200 words)
Human resource management is important to all organisations
Week 3: The Organisational Environment
Friday, 5 July 2013
The set of forces and conditions which affect how an organisation operates
External environment: the forces and conditions outside of the organisation
Report Focus: Critically analyse your individual and teams
experiences and results in the Everest simulation using the
following three course concepts 1) Communication; 2) Groups
and Teams; and 3) Leadership
The Everest simulation is a group task where each member of a team are assigned different
roles such as a leader, marathon runner, environmentalist, physician and photographer, or an
observer. Each role h
STUDENT NUMBER _
UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES
MGMT 2101: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND
Semester 1, 2013
Duration of the examination:
Student Name: _Haakon
MGMT1001 s1 2013 Spot Collection
Bring to tutorials week beginning 29 April 2013
Topic 7: Power and Conflicts
Textbook question: Which power bases lie with the individual? Which are derived from th
[Type the document subtitle]
A report which compares and contrasts the individual and
team experiences throughout two Everest Simulations in
accordance with two key concepts: Groups and Teams and
The effect of Managerial Power and Relational Trust on the
Skills and Traits of Knowledge Acquisition: Evidence from
the United Arab Emirates
John D. Politis
Higher Colleges of Technology, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Topic 6: Understanding Groups
MGMT 1001, s2 2012
School of Management
Reflective Questions to guide this lecture
Part 1: Exploring what is Groups and Teams?
1. What is a Group? What is a Team? Does it matter if they are the
same or differ
Topic 6 Understanding groups and teams
Group: two or more interacting and interdependent individuals who come together to achieve
1. Tuckman and Jensen's (1977) framework
Forming Storming Norming Performing Adjourning - Not a linear proce
TOPIC 2: What is Management?
you will need to:
1. Attend the lecture in week beginning 23 July 2012.
2. Read Textbook Chapter 1
3. Read Management, Managerialism and Managers in
Cunliffe, A.L., 2009, A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and
MGMT 1001 Managing
Organisations and People
WRITING THE GROUP
Rex Pemberton, at age 21 beca
came the youngest Australian
to climb Mt. Everest.
Student Name: _
Student Number: _
MGMT1001 s2 2012 Spot Collection
Bring to tutorials week beginning 23 July 2012
Topic 1: Organisations
Based on the reading by Greenwald, what are the differences between a formal organisation
and an informal collectivity
MGMT1001 Topic 6: Leadership
Leadership: the process of influencing a group to achieve goals
Managers vs. Leaders
Insight into organisation
Foundations of management theory
The scientific-technical revolution
Technology has advanced rapidly.
The number of employees involved in production has increased.
Cooperate owners dont have to physically work for the cooperation.
MGMT1001 Week 8: Strategic Management
Strategies: Direction in which an organisation intends to move, and the creation of a path by which it
intends to get there.
- Strategic management: The set of managerial decisions and actions that determines the lo
MGMT1001 Topic 4: Communication
- Transfer and understanding of meaning.
- It is a two-way transaction dialogue about overcoming barriers.
- Crucial skill for managers, since decisions cant be made without the transmission of information.
MGMT1001 Week 10: International business
Globalization of business
- Trade barriers reduced
- Infrastructures have been well developed
- Competition has intensified
3 perspectives of international business:
1. Ethnocentric: Belief that the best work appro