Application of motivation theories
The job enrichment strategy & Job
Features of the job
The individuals exper
Level 2 Lecture 1
Figure 1: Definitions
Active management of work and people towards
certain desired organisational ends (eg
Micro HRM = main sub-functions of HR
activities to do with managing indi
Level 2: Lecture 9
Figure 1: The Experience of
People working outside country of origin,
usually for limited fixed period of time
Different types of assignments, particularly
Level 2 : Lecture 10
Transferring HRM Policies Across
Figure 1: National Cultural
Answer to the so what? question is yes
such differences do matter
Illustrated by experience in people
Should workers be fitted to
Professor Fiona Wilson
Are workers fitted to jobs?
Are creative workers, for example musicians or artists,
fitted to jobs? What about Ben Vogel or Russell Brand
(TV presenters) have they been fitted to a job?
Level 2 : Lecture 8
International HRM: Theory and
Figure 1: Starting Point
International HRM much more complex
than domestic HRM
This is due to differences between
countries/cultures in terms of legislation,
Tutorial 1: Production & Service System Design
Understand the differences between physical production and service
Understand the impact of marketing and finance on operations.
Understand how the requirements of di
Tutorial 4: Forecasting, Basic & Time Series
Understand the differences between alternative forecasting
methods and their appropriate application.
Apply different forecasting techniques and determine their
Tutorial 5: Production & Service Planning
Understand the differences between alternative production planning
and inventory management methods and their appropriate application.
Apply these different methods and assess their e
Tutorial 3: Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
Accounting & Finance Tutorial B
1. Understand and apply CVP analysis for computing break-even points and target
2. Understand the concept of contribution margin ratio. Apply these concepts to
Tutorial 2 Accounting and Finance: Cost Analysis
A&F Tutorial A
1. Understand the meaning of different cost classifications and their use.
2. Understand cost behaviour in relation to cost objects.
3. Understand how cost items can be aggregated for ma
9. GROUP FORMATION
Explain the continuing management interest in
groups and teams within organizations.
Set the study of groups and teams in the
workplace, within its historic
10. GROUP STRUCTURE
Analysing verbal behaviours
Understand the concept of group
process and list its different aspects.
Distinguish different types of verbal
behaviours in a group.
Janan Sulaiman 00T, Tips
Bloom et al.'s classification of
(in ascending order of difficulty)
Typical question instructions
Janan Sulaiman 00T, Tips
If you know a fac