Undergraduate | GRF-IBA201 | 2024
Leading and Managing Organisations
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Learn the functions of management so that you can lead with confidence. Cover contemporary factors in business including sustainability, globalisation, communication and even agile project management.
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- Entry requirements
- No ATAR needed,
- No prior study
- 13 weeks
- 04 Mar 2024,
- 15 July 2024
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Leading and Managing Organisations
About this subject
After successfully completing this course you should be able to:
- Discuss management theory, practice and contemporary management perspectives
- Explain how successful managers are able to manage themselves, teams and organisations in today's world
- Collaborate effectively with others to achieve team objectives
- Reflect on your own leadership and management skills, knowledge and processes
Assurance of Learning
This course evaluates student performance for Assurance of Learning purposes for the program learning objective (PLO): Discuss how to integrate Australia's First Peoples' perspectives in contemporary business contexts
- Leading and managing today
- Communication - the key to success
- Creating effective teams
- Agile Project Management
- Project Management
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Leading and managing change
- Leading and managing for reconciliation
- Leading and managing across cultures
- Leader and manager as coach
- Contemporary issues
- The reflective practitioner
In this course, students will be guided through the functions of management to explore the foundations of management. After exploring areas of planning, leading, organising and controlling and the underpinning management principles, the concepts will be contextualised in foundational and contemporary aspects of business including leadership, sustainability, and globalisation using topical modes of delivery and content. This course is recommended for all management students in the early stages of their studies as a platform to develop broader management skills.
Students should not enrol in this subject if they have completed: 2045IBA Leading and Managing Organisations
- Poster - Me as a leader and manager (25%)
- Team Plan (15%)
- Case Analysis Report (30%)
- Reflective Presentation (30%)
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