15 July 2022
Management: The Fundamental Principles
This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles of “management”. The primary emphasis is on individual and group behavior within organisations, in order for you to learn what it means to be an effective member of an organisation – both as a new employee and eventually as a manager.
The course will cover a wide variety of topics related to that overall goal, including personality types, individual and group decision-making, working in teams, communication, motivation, networks, culture, organisational design, organisational change, and related ethical issues. We will then briefly explore how these issues relate to external strategic issues faced by businesses and organisations.
This course will aim to move beyond the theoretical foundations of these topics and explore how they come to life in the modern workplace in 2022.
BUS2007 is an introductory course with one prerequisite. Enrolled students must be interested in or have knowledge of basic business principles and meet at least one of the following conditions:
1. Current student at a university
2. Working professional with a university degree
At the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Learn teamwork skills and understand what it means to be an effective team member;
- Define what it means to influence and lead others through communication methods and motivational tools;
- Recognize individual and team-based problem solving and decision making processes, and engage in these processes to analyse and solve problems;
- Examine and characterise organisational dimensions and how their design can affect organisational performance;
- Define what it means to be an effective and ethical organisational citizen;
- Improve critical thinking skills.
EUR 998: Tuition fee
No scholarships are available for this course.