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MGMT2007 Organisational Behaviour Semester 2, 2013 DRAFT
This course lays the foundation for the understanding of human behaviour in organisations, providing students with a comprehensive exposure to organisational behaviour theories, research and workplace issues illustrated with case studies and examples primarily within an Australian and Asia-Pacific context. Topics include: overview of OB, personnel selection, individual differences, work motivation, work attitudes and values, occupational stress, high performance teams, training, performance appraisal and careers, leadership, organisational design, organisational culture, organisational development and change, and organisational communication and conflict. Given the immediate relevance of topics covered in this course, it is also a useful life-long learning course for improving personal and organisational effectiveness. Mode of Delivery: Prerequisites: Incompatible Courses: Course Convenor: Phone: Email: Office hours for student consultation: Research Interests: Student administrator/s: Phone: Email: Tutor(s) (optional) On-campus At least 24 units BUSN2007 Organisational Behaviour Dr Richard Winter +61 2 6125 4721 firstname.lastname@example.org TBA Managing professionals Ms Ranka Videnovic; Ms Ruth Southwell +61 2 6125 9839 email@example.com Richard Winter; Colin Brown UEC1/2013
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http://studyat.anu.edu.au/courses/MGMT2007;details.html COURSE OVERVIEW Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of the requirements for this course, students will be able to: LO1. Define, explain and illustrate a range of organisational behaviour theories; LO2. Analyse the behaviour of individuals and groups in organisations in terms of organisational behaviour theories, models and concepts; LO3. Apply organisational behaviour concepts, models and theories to real life management situations through case analysis; LO4. Demonstrate a critical understanding of organisational behaviour theories and current empirical research associated with the topics covered in this course; and, LO5. Communicate effectively in oral and written forms about organisational behaviour theories and their application using appropriate concepts, logic and rhetorical conventions. Proposed Assessment (Summary): Assessment for this course will be confirmed after consultation with students at the first lecture of the semester. If there are any changes to the assessment, those changes will be publicised on Wattle.
Assessment Task 1. Tutorial participation 2. Mid-semester test (Multiple choice questions) 3. Individual research report (3,000 words)
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Due Date Linked Learning Outcomes (optional) TBA LO3, LO5 Week beg LO1 2 Sept 26 Sept LO1, LO2, LO4, LO5
4.Final examination (4 from 8 40% essay questions)
LO1, LO2, LO4, LO5
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Research-Led Teaching Students will carry out an examination of the work environment factors and management practices that may motivate them, and similar younger professional employees, working in a professional service organisation. This individual research project is based on the instructor’s studies of younger lawyers and Australian public service employees...
References: Greenberg, J (2011) Behavior in Organizations. 10th edition. Sydney: Pearson. Kalliath, T., Brough, P, O’Driscoll, M, Manimala, M. & Siu, OL (2010) Organisational Behaviour: A Psychological Perspective for the Asia-Pacific. Sydney: McGraw-Hill. McShane, S, Olekalns, M, & Travaglione, T (2010) Organisational Behaviour on the Pacific Rim. 3rd edition. Sydney: McGraw-Hill. Wood, J, et al (2010) Organisational Behaviour: Core Concepts and Applications. 2nd Australasian edition. Milton, QLD: Wiley. Tutorial and /or Seminar signup Enrolment in tutorials will be completed online using the CBE Electronic Teaching Assistant (ETA). To enrol, follow these instructions: 1. Go to http://eta.fec.anu.edu.au 2. You will see the Student Login page. To log into the system, enter your University ID (your student number) and password (your ISIS password) in the appropriate fields and hit the Login button. 3. 4. 5. Read any news items or announcements. Select "Sign Up!" from the left-hand navigation bar. Select your courses from the list. To select multiple courses, hold down the
key. Hold this key control key. On PCs, this is the Ctrl key; on Macs, it is the down while selecting courses with the mouse. Once courses are selected, hit the SUBMIT button. 6. A confirmation of class enrolments will be displayed. In addition, an email confirmation of class enrolments will be sent to your student account. 7. For security purposes, please ensure that you click the LOGOUT link on the confirmation page, or close the browser window when you have finished your selections. 8. If you experience any difficulties, please contact the School Office (see page 1 for contact details). SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS The University offers a number of support services for students. Information on these is available online from http://students.anu.edu.au/studentlife/
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