- Pressures for change in the roles of organisations and management
- Management yesterday and today
- What do managers do? - The planning function
- What do managers do? - The organising function
- What do managers do? - The leadership function
- What do managers do? - The controlling or performance management function
- What do managers do? - Managing for sustainability
- What do managers do? - Organisational design, culture and leadership in an increasingly complex and fast changing business environment
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject provides a broad understanding of the management role and its significance in enabling organisations to operate effectively within a fast paced, increasingly complex and diverse global environment.
It pays particular attention to current trends and pressures for change on managerial responsibilities. The management role will be examined from the perspective of direction-setting, decision-making and strategic planning; the organising role covering structure and design, communications and information technology, human resource management and the management of change and innovation; the leadership role covering the basics of organisational behaviour, group and team dynamics, motivation and leadership styles; and the controlling or performance management function introducing operations and value chain management.
- Individual (15-25%)
- Individual Case-based (30-50%)
- Group (35-45%)