Like any other resource, an organisation’s people represent an important dynamic where performance should be optimised. In contrast to the other resources, the very nature of human behaviour has made it a complex, and often unpredictable area for management to handle effectively.
The course will seek to provide greater clarity on the management of people through an introduction of the major theories and models in organisational behaviour in order to
explain the reciprocal relationship between the individual and the organization.
The objectives of this course are to:
- Provide students with collaborative learning and team-work skills through exercises and role play.
- Increase the student’s awareness as it relates to the interdisciplinary nature of management.
- Show students how the social, political, economic and legal environments influence business and management decisions.