Organisations: Power, Leadership and Transformation
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- 03 Apr 2023
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On completion of this course students should be able to achieve the following learning outcomes:
1. Explain, deconstruct, and evaluate organisational behaviour and leadership perspectives, understandings, and models in relation to their practical or contextual relevance.
2. Critically analyse and illustrate how the various interacting contextual elements of the individual, the group, the organisational system, and society influence organisational dynamics.
3. Explain the production, maintenance, and resistance of power relations within organisations and explore their implications for socially just workplace practices.
4. Develop the critical reflexivity skills to examine our own assumptions and challenge the taken for granted knowledge and practices that underpin contemporary organisational settings.
- Complex social systems; transformative practices of leadership; behavioural interactions and the challenges operating within global organisation contexts.
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
This course examines the complex intersection between behavioural interactions and the challenges that operate within both the local and global organisational contexts. By examining the social, political, and economic discourses that govern human behaviour in the workplace, students learn to explore how power operates within these discourses and complex social systems that shape organisational life.
The curriculum combines a focus on variables (e.g., motivation, self-esteem, and personality), as well as the various contextual elements of the individual, the group, the organisational system, and society from an interdisciplinary vantage point. In doing so, students explore how to unpack contexts that influence social relations in the workplace, as well as challenge the prevailing power dynamics. This enables a move towards a greater understanding of transformative practices of leadership.
100% Continuous assessment; - Critical Reflexive Activity - Case Study - Formal Presentation - Intervention Strategy
- Case Study (30%)
- Formal Presentation (20%)
- Critical Reflexive Activity (20%)
- Intervention Strategy (30%)
Current study term: 02 Apr 23 to 28 May 23
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