|Melbourne - The Hotel School|
|Sydney - The Hotel School|
This unit introduces students to work and worker behaviour; behaviour at work; group and organisational behaviour; links between behaviour and organisational restructure; tasks and job design; administrative hierarchy; job satisfaction and worker adjustment; stress and other factors related to the environment of work; values associated with work behaviour.
Module 1: Organisations and the individual
- Management and organisational behaviour: an overview
- Linking attitudes to workplace behaviour
- Personality and values: understanding individual worker differences
- Perception and decision-making
- Motivation in the workplace
Module 2: Interpersonal and group processes
- Understanding and managing inter-group dynamics
- Managing collaboration and conflict
Module 3: The organisational system
- Organisational structure and design
- Organisational culture and ethical behaviour
- Managing organisational change and development.
Unit Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a unit. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes. The unit learning outcomes and graduate attributes are also the basis of evaluating prior learning.
|On completion of this unit, students should be able to:|
|1||critically analyse the determinants of workplace behaviour|
|2||discuss how organisational effectiveness is influenced by diversity of the internal and external environment|
|3||apply problem solving and decision making techniques to the organisational context|
|4||describe the processes associated with effective communication, motivation, and managing people through collaboration and conflict in an organisational context|
|5||evaluate and discuss issues relevant to the study of organisational design, culture and change.|
On completion of this unit, students should be able to:
- critically analyse the determinants of workplace behaviour
- discuss how organisational effectiveness is influenced by diversity of the internal and external environment
- apply problem solving and decision making techniques to the organisational context
- describe the processes associated with effective communication, motivation, and managing people through collaboration and conflict in an organisational context
- evaluate and discuss issues relevant to the study of organisational design, culture and change.
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Teaching and assessment
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