Faculty of Business, Economics & Accounting Department of Business Studies HELP Diploma in Business
INTERNAL SUBJECT DETAILS Semester 2, 2013
Subject: D2MGT100 Organisations & Management
Subject Lecturer/Tutor: Mr Vincent Oh Email: email@example.com
PRE-REQUISITE(S) No pre-requisite is required.
SYNOPSIS This subject is concerned with principles of managing business organisations. Management is important to organisations‟ business and survival. The dynamic nature of today‟s organisations means that managers require certain knowledge, skills and competencies to manage organisations effectively. The aim of this subject is to provide students with an introduction and overview of management within organisations. The subject will examine management principles, concepts and theories of management, and give students an appreciation and understanding of various challenges facing managers in organisations in today‟s competitive global environment.
OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this subject, students should be able to: understand and critically discuss the evolution of management thoughts; critically evaluate and apply management theories, models and concepts of management; be familiar with the structure, behaviour and environment of organizations, and be aware of the importance of management towards attaining organisational goals in today‟s competitive world.
TOPICS Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 5 Topic 6 Topic 7 Introduction to Organisations and Management Evolution of Management Planning and Strategic Management Decision Making Organisation Structure and Design Managing Work Teams Managing Human Resource 2
Topic 8 Topic 9 Topic 10 Topic 11 Topic 12 Topic 13
Leadership, Motivation and Communication Organizational Control and Information Technology Management Managing Change & Innovation Managing Conflict Organisational Environment and Culture & International Management Managerial Ethics and Social Responsibility
PRESCRIBED TEXT Daft R. L., (2012) New Era of Management, International Edition, 10th edition SouthWestern Cengage Learning USA. RECOMMENDED REFERENCES Robbins, S.P. & DeCenzo D.A. (2005) Fundamentals of Management, Essential Concepts and Applications, International edn, Fifth edn, Pearson Prentice Hall, USA. Jones G.R. & George J.M., (2007) Essentials of Contemporary Management, Second Edition, McGraw-Hill, USA.
Subject Outline / Teaching Plan Department Lecturer Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 : Business Studies : Mr. Vincent Oh Topics Managing in Turbulent Times The Evolution of Management Thinking Planning and Goal Setting Strategy Formulation and Implementation Corporate Culture and the Environment Ethics and Social Responsibility Managing in Global Environment Quiz 1 (15/7 – 19/7) Human Resource Management MID-TERM TEST/ BREAK ( 29/7 - 2/8/2013) BREAK Leadership Motivation Individual Assignment (23/8/2013) Communication Quality and Performance Teamwork Quiz 2 (2/9 – 6/9) Group Presentation Decision Making Designing Adaptive Organizations Group Presentation FINAL EXAMINATION - 16/9 – 28/9/2013 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapters 17 and 19 Subject Code : D2MGT100 Subject Title : Organizations and Management References Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapters 7 and 8 Chapter 3 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 12
14 15 & 16
Chapters 9 and 10
Prescibed Text: Daft R. L., (2012) New Era of Management, International Edition 10th edition South-Western Cengage Learning USA.
ASSESSMENTS There are 6 assessment items for this subject.
Assessment Items 1. Mid Term Test (Closed Book) 2. Quiz 1 (Open Book) 3. Quiz 2 (Open Book) 4. Individual Assignment 5. Participation (Group Presentations) 6. Final exam (Closed Book)
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Due Date 29/7 - 2/8/2013 15/7 – 19/7/2013 2/9 – 6/9/2013 23/8/2013 Weeks 13 & 14. 16/9 – 28/9/2013 (TBC)
REQUIREMENTS To gain a pass in this subject, students must: ...
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