This unit introduces students to the management of people and organisational processes, with attention to the international context of management practice. It explores the functions of management and the critical role of effective human resource management and leadership of the business enterprise. Key managerial decisions covered include: understanding and managing individual differences and motivation; effective teamwork; managing diversity in contemporary organisations; managing organisational change and innovation; and different approaches to leadership in contemporary organisations. Students are exposed to insights from the following three business knowledge streams: Organisational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, and Cross-cultural Management.
4 hours per week
final exam (50%), group project (25%), individual assignment (25%)
This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Management or Master of Management (CEMS).
A minimum of 24 credit points of MMGT or CEMS units