Recognise the methods used to manage employee performance in the workplace.
Analyse performance from individual, team and organisational viewpoints. Take incentives like performance pay and rewards into account. Discuss appraisal and feedback.
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After successfully completing this subject, you should be able to:
- Critically and respectfully engage diverse stakeholder groups while designing innovative business solutions
- Identify and apply relevant theoretical frameworks in the creation and evaluation of innovative business solutions
- Communicate innovative businesses solutions across diverse communities
- Imagining Better Business: The sociological imagination and ethical reasoning
- Better Relationships; Better for Whom: Stakeholder theory
- Better Relationships; Inclusivity: Developing cultural competency
- Better Practices: Developing evidence-based practice
- Better Leaders: Exploring the link between leadership, wellbeing, and creativity
- Better strategies: Introducing the tools of strategic management (vital for the simulation)
- Better group functioning: Managing intra group conflict
- Better Feedback: Delivering effective feedback to peers
- Better Communication: Becoming a communicator of influence
- Better Work: Work, life and the protean Career
- Creating Better Business: A review
You are recommended to have completed the following subjects(s) or have equivalent knowledge before starting this subject:
- GRF-EHR205-Organisational Behaviour and Wellbeing
- GRF-EHR202-Strategic Human Resource Management
- MAQ-PSYX130-Organisational Behaviour (No longer available)
- MON-MAN22 (Not currently available)
- Equipment requirements - Audio/Visual equipment
Society has seen inequity, injustice, and environmental degradation rising as a consequence of self-interest and the maximising of shareholder value. When the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals, they did so in recognition that we need to do better. Through this course, inspired by philosophy, sociology, psychology, and the many disciplines of business, you will learn how to become a force in creating better businesses. You will be invited to critically evaluate the consequences of business decisions and practices on an increasingly complex network of stakeholders. Supported by interactive online material and skill development workshops, you will form transdisciplinary teams to compete in a series of simulations and problem-solving exercises. The assessment platform has been specifically designed to facilitate a critical reflection on your employability skills and provide you with evidence to demonstrate that you possess the attributes of a Griffith Graduate.
- Online Exam (40%)
- Online Quiz (20%)
- Assignment (40%)