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Module Information 2013-14

Modern-day Issues in corporate and Supervision

6BUS1101

Educational Year – 2013/14

Term - A

Module Leader – Rachelle Andrews

Material

Contents:

1aContact details intended for the component leaders (and teaching team)

Brand

Room

Telephone ext

Electronic mail address

Business office & Opinions hours

Rachelle Andrews

M221

X5718

r. 1 . [email protected] ac. uk

Wednesday and Friday 12-1pm

Dr Hans Schlappa

M225

h. [email protected] ac. uk

Roma Bhowmick

M323

ur. [email protected] alternating current. uk

Dr Judy Willetts

M231

j. [email protected] ac. uk

Phillip Mason

N/A

l. [email protected] ac. uk

Tracy Turner

N/A

t. [email protected] ac. uk

Viren Amin

N/A

v. 1 ) [email protected] alternating current. uk

1bLecture and article timetable

Time

Lecture

Tutorials

Room

Monday

Tutorial

9-10am

M133

Guide

4-5pm

M133

Tutorial

5-6pm

M133

Tues

Tutorial

1-2pm

N206b

Training

3-4pm

M342

Tutorial

4-5pm

M342

Guide

4-5Pm

R141

Guide

5-6pm

M124

Tutorial

6-7pm

N206b

Thursday

Lecture

11-12noon

N001

Thursday

Guide

9-10am

N206b

Tutorial

10-11am

N206b

Tutorial

4-5pm

M031

Tutorial

5-6pm

M133

Fri

Spiel

(Repeat of Weds)�

9-10am

N002

Guide

10-11am

W026

2aModule aims

Explore the importance of research to business plus the main universal research strategies used before analysing selected key contemporary issues in corporate and management. The module also should enable college students to connect to the wider UHBS exploration community and to continue to develop the key employability skills of resource supervision and representation. 2bLearning Final results

Knowledge and Understanding

Effective students is going to typically have a knowledge and knowledge of: 1 . assumptive frameworks that underpin study;

2 . alternative research methodologies;

3. selected key modern-day issues in the field of business and management.

Expertise and Features

Successful students will typically be able to::

4. analyse the different theoretical frames that underpin research and inform alternate research methodologies; 5. apply their advanced research expertise to the discipline of business and managing, and think about the outcome; 6th. analyse views on the specific contemporary issues discovered, synthesise and communicate their own views appropriately.

3Format of delivery

1 hour lecture and one hour article each week

4How StudyNet to be used to support this module

Details regarding the component will be posted on Studynet frequently links to relevant paperwork on Teaching Resources

Online Library will contain a range of recommended browsing for the module including information on the core textual content which is an important purchase A blog with current news testimonies and info that will connect with the dynamic business environment Class discussion where you will be encouraged to join the conversation in business and management from your own perspective, work experience, playing the news and from the suggested reading list

5aWeekly programme to include:

Contemporary Problems in Business and Management Routine for lectures and tutorials

Dates of lectures

Formatting

Theme/Topic

Who

Blood pressure measurements for the week

Week Beg

30/9

Lecture 1

Introduction to the module and evolution of management considering

(No courses this week)

RA

Essential Reading:

Core Text: Robbins & Coulter (2014) Management: Ch1 Foundations of Management and Organizations As well as: Management: Seeking Back, a brief history of management module

Added reading:

Pfeffer, J. (2010). Building sustainable organizations: Your factor.  The Academy of Management Points of views,  24(1), 34-45. COY, P (2007) Cog or Co-Worker Business Week Online Offered at: http://www.businessweek.com/stories/2007-08-19/cog-or-co-worker [accessed 06/08/13]

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