MGMT 10002
Lecture 7
Managing Diversity & Teamwork in
Organisations
Lecture Agenda
Managing Diversity
Valuing diversity
The changing workplace
Steps for Developing
Cultural Competence
Teamwork in Organisations
What is a team?
The dilemma of teams
Ty
MGMT 10002
Lecture 4
Strategy Formulation &
Implementation
Lecture Agenda
Thinking Strategically: What is a strategy?
Definition and purpose of strategy
Understand the strategic management process
SWOT Analysis, Formation and Implementation
Define the thr
MGMT 10002
Lecture 8
Leadership:
Leading for Today and the Future
Lecture Agenda
The Trait Perspective
Behaviour Perspective
Contingency Perspective: The fit between leadership style,
structure and strategy
Charismatic & Transformational Perspective
Leade
MGMT 10002
Lecture 9
Managing Employee Motivation and
Performance:
What Makes People Want to Work?
Lecture Agenda
1.
Define motivation
2.
Explain the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
3.
Describe content theories of motivation
4.
Expla
MGMT 10002
Lecture 2
The Business Environment and
Corporate Culture
Learning Agenda
1.
Framework for external environment analysis and environmental
uncertainty
2.
Strategies for adapting uncertainty
3.
The internal environment and the importance of corpo
MGMT 10002
Lecture 3
Organisational Planning
& Goal Setting
Lecture Agenda
Define Vision, Mission, Goals, Plans and Planning
Understand the organizational planning process
Describe the criteria of effective goals
Know some planning types and models (to ex
MGMT 10002
Welcome to
Principles of Management
Semester 2 2015
The Logic & Structure of the Course
The Changing
World of
Management
The Evolution of
Management
Thinking
Organizational
Planning & Goal
Setting
The Environment
& Corporate
Culture
Managing in
MGMT 10002
Lecture 6
Human Resource Management
Lecture Agenda
Understand the link between human capital investment and business results
Describe the three stages of Strategic HRM Process
I.
Finding the right people
II.
Manage talent
III. Maintain an effec
No one finds difficulty in assenting to the commonplace it is necessary to involve more
members voices and opinions in decision making when a problem is extremely complex
since an individual can not cover all the aspects of it. As a matter of fact, group
Faculty of Business and Economics
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Assignment Cover Sheet
Student Name: David Maximiliano Rodriguez
Student Number: 882838
Subject Number: MGMT10002
Subject Name: Principles of Management
Tutorial Day an
Australian Labour Force Structure, by Industry
Source: ABS Labour Force Survey, Table 4
Industry (number of workers, '000s)
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
Mining
Manufacturing
Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services
Construction
Wholesale Trade
Reta
CHAPTER 13.3 Conflicts of
Interest and Disclosure
Reading
Lipton, Herzberg and Welsh
(17th ed), Chapter 13.3
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PowerPoint slides to accompany Lipton, Herzberg & Welsh Understanding Company Law 16e
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Economics for Management.
Topic 1
Some Fundamental Economic Concepts
1
Lecture 1: Economic Concepts
Course Objectives
Develop an understanding of the basic
concepts, tools and language of Economics.
Increase awareness of the role of
Economics in society.
1. What is the simple ordinary least squares (OLS) method used for? How
are OLS estimators constructed i.e. what is the objective?
OLS
allowsustoestimateanequationdescribingalinearrelationship(notcausation)betweentwo
variables.
estimatehowthevalueofadepen
Mean:an average
Median:
At most, half the observations fall below the median, and at most, half fall above.
Mode:
When the number of possible data values is quite large, the mode ceases to be useful as a
measure of central location.
Identify the observati
Estimating two population values:
1. Population means, independent samples- group 1 vs. group 2
2. Matched pair samples- same group before vs. after
3. Population proportions- proportion 1 vs. proportion 2
Population means- aim to form a CI for the differ
BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION
Binomial Random Variable: the number of successes in the n trials of a binomial
experiment.
Binomial Probability Distribution: the probability distribution of the binomial random
variable.
Sample proportion-binomial distribution
The estimator of population proportion of successes is the sample proportion.
When we take a sample of n, we are actually conducting a binomial
experiment, and as a result X is binomially distributed. Thus, the prob
TEST STATISTICS
Condition Test statistic
s
Populatio
X
Z=
distributed as standard normal
n mean:
/n
2
is
known
Populatio
n mean:
2
is
unknown
t=
X
s/n
distributed as t distribution with n-1
degree of freedom
Populatio
n
proportio
np
we can use the z-sc
Normal distribution
X~N( , 2 ) the random variable X is normally distributed with mean and variance
2
Sampling distribution
If we take repeated samples of size n from some population, record the sample mean for each
and every sample, the result is also a
1. Provide appropriate numerical descriptive statistics to describe the central
location and dispersion of monthly rents in New York City. Explain in words
what these statistics reveal about rents in the city.
Measures of central location mean, median, mo
X(independent)
Y (dependent)
X x
given
Y y
^
yi
e=Y ^
yi
e 2i
given
s x= ( x x )
2
2
( X x )(Y y )
( x x )2
1=
COV (X , Y )
=
var x
1
( x y n x y )
n1 i i
COV ( X ,Y )=
var ( x )=
1
x 2i n x i2 )
(
n1
0= y 1 x
2
SSE= e i
SSE
n2
2
SST =(n1) s y
s =
R 2
Quantitative Methods 1
Assignment 2
Question 1: Simulating from the sample distribution and interval
estimates
a) Proportions of deaths from thirty 100 day simulations:
0.609
0.588
0.571
0.607
0.578
0.589
0.601
0.587
0.608
0.599
0.6
0.591
0.586
0.621
0.59
Subject Code: ECON10003
Student ID Number: 696385
Subject Name: Introductory
Macroeconomics
Student Name: Furkan Yilmaz
Assignment Name or Number: Assignment 1
Q1)
(i)
(ii)
What do we mean by GNE? GNE stands for gross national expenditure
and can be ident
Leanne Quach Management
The Faculty of Business and Economics
THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
Assignment Cover Sheet
StudentName:LeanneQuach
StudentNumber:834840
SubjectNumber:MGMT10002
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Assi
Lecture 3 Investing in Shares
A wide variety of investment products are available to investors differing in maturity, costs,
risks and return characteristics, and tax considerations.
Short-term vehicles Investments with maturities < 1 year (e.g.