Week 9: Leadership: Ch 12
1) Nature of Leadership
Leading: to inspire effort build enthusiasm, communicate the vision, maintain momentum
Leadership: process of inspiring others to work hard to accomplish important tasks.
Vision: describe a clear sense of
MGMT1136 W2 Ch2 (Historical Foundations of Management)
Assumptions: People are rational
Scientific Frederick Taylor
Administrative Henry Fayol
Bureaucracy Max Weber
Emphasis training of workers are careful selection.
The environmental conditions for organisations are constantly changing throughout time,
and environmental shifts continue to affect companies and their operations. The internal and
external environment of an organisation influences their performance durin
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Chapter 12 Leading
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What is the nature of leadership?
What are the important leadership traits and
What are the contingency theories of leadership?
What are the curren
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MGMT1136 W5p1 Ch6 (Planning)
*Planning The process of setting objectives and determining how to accomplish them.
*Objectives the specific results usually expressed in measurable indices that someone
wishes to achieve and may rel
MGMT1136 W1/Ch1 (The Contemporary Workplace)
Todays economy is a networked economy.
The new economy is a global economy becoming increasingly interdependent.
*Intellectual Capital The collective brain power or shared knowledge of a workplace.
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MGMT1136 W5p2 Ch7 (Information and Decision Making)
*A knowledge worker is a worker who transforms knowledge or information
into a product or service
*Intellectual capital is the collective brain power or shared knowledge of a
Week 7: Organising: Ch 9
Definition: the process of arranging people and other resources to work together to accomplish a goal (e.g.
creating a division of labour for task performance and coordinating results to achieve a common purpose)
Week 11: Global E-business and collaboration:
1) Business processes and their relationship to information systems
Flows of material, information, knowledge
Sets of activities, steps
May be tied to functional area or be cross-functional
Week 4: Chapter 5: Ethical behaviour and social responsibility
Ethics: set of standards as to what is good or bad, or right or wrong in a persons conduct.
Ethical behaviour is accepted as right or good or proper in the context of a gov
Week 3 (1): Environment and diversity
Environment and competitive advantage
Strategic capabilities: Those that are difficult to imitate, are of value to the customer, and are better than
those possessed by the majority of competitors.
Week 5 (1): Chapter 6: Planning
Planning: the process of setting objectives and determining how to accomplish them. It involves deciding
exactly what you want to accomplish and the best way to go about it
Objectives: specific results usually expr
Week 6: Chapter 8: Strategic management
Foundations of strategic competitiveness
Strategic management goals
Michael Porter argues that the ultimate goal for a business should be superior profitability. This
creates value for shareholders in the form of ab
MGMT1136 GROUP ESSAY QUESTION 1
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MGMT1136 Assessment 2 Essay 1
You are the newly appointed operations manager at a small firm. One of your tasks is to decide
whether the firm should invest in expensive new information technology to increase the
MGMT1136 W8 Ch10 (Controlling)
Controlling The process of measuring performance and taking action to ensure the
planned outcomes are achieved.
The 4 steps in Management Control
Step 1: Establish performance objectives and standards
Step 2: Measure actual
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MGMT1136 W7 Ch10 (Organising)
The process of arranging people and other resources to work together to accomplish a goal.
It involves creating a division of labour for task performance and coordinating results to
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MGMT 1136 WEEK TWO NOTES
LEARNING OUTCOMES - Describe the principle(s) in the key management theories, identifying the contributors and the
context in which their contribution was made.
- Provide examples of how different theories of management have influ