MSc in Accounting, Finance and Management
MSc in Economics, Finance and Management
Unit EconM1013 - MANAGEMENT
UNIT OUTLINE – AUTUMN TERM 2013
Aims and Objectives
The unit aims to give students a broad understanding of organisation theory and organisation behaviour. Students will be expected to understand key management theories and the historical background to those theories. They will also be expected to examine different management theories critically, understanding their deficiencies as well as their strengths.
The following subjects will be among those covered in this unit.
A review of Organisation Theory and an introduction to Critical Management Theory
The Nature of Organisations & Organisational Behaviour
Organisation Structure and Design
Technology and environment
Organisational Culture and National Culture
The Individual in Organisations
Groups in Organisations
Power and Conflict
Strategy and leadership
This unit is lectured by:
Dr Steve Lyne and Ms Judith Jordan
Lectures take place on Monday from 9.00 – 11.00, in the Chemistry Building: East Block: Lecture Theatre 1.
There are also 7 classes starting week 4, taken by Dr Chris Durugbo, Helen Ballard, Dr Mark Hall, Judith Jordan and Claire O’Neil
The course text is:
L Mullins, ‘Management and Organisational Behaviour’, Prentice Hall, 10th edition. It is important that you have a copy of this text. Other reading is indicated on the Reading List.
The course is assessed by a group case study (25%), submitted on or before 27 January 2014 and an exam in May/June (75%).
There will also be work to be done (some to be submitted, at your class). This is formative work; it does not form part of your final assessment but it is vital for your learning.
Award of Credit Points
Criteria for the award of credit points are described in the Handbook for your degree
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