Please note this module descriptor is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.
This module aims to analyse the organisations internal environment, focussing on the functional activities and the interactions that occur within this.
It is designed to develop an understanding of theory, practice and policies that support a variety of functional activities in a variety of modern organisational contexts; private, public and third sectors. It does this by encouraging the development of students as critical, skilled, ethical and professional participants in their own development as potential managers.
The syllabus will cover three themes:
1 Understanding the internal organisation.
Structures of organisations (private, third & public sector)
Functions in organizations (finance, marketing, HR and legal)
2. Decision making within the organisation
People within the internal organisation
Approaches to managing performance & motivation, focussing on job design and results
3. The individual in organisations
Skills needed to develop as an effective employee and managers within organisations
A student passing this module should be able to
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