Managing Organisational Behaviour (WORK2218)


This unit is an introductory organisational unit which gives students the tools and concepts they need to begin to understand how organisations work. It explores topics such as power, control, networks and organisational culture. As an introductory organisational behaviour unit, it covers key debates across a range of social science disciplines including business, management, psychology, sociology and communication studies.

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1x 2 hour lecture and 1x 1 hour tutorial hour per week


individual case study (30%), group presentation (15%), individual group work reflection (25%), and exam (30%)

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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

24 junior credit points

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