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Class Notes for MGTS1301 at University of Queensland

Introduction to Management

MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Key Management, Mary Parker Follett, Wu Xing

TheChangingWorldof Management Outline: 1. Theory Content What is theory management? 4 functions of management Key management skills Within all organisations there is the role of management All organisations are under press...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: David Beckham, Contingency Theory, Paypal

LectureCaseStudies Leading Manchester United Group 1: 1. How are the people with Position Power in Manchester United? Why do they have such power? - Manager - Coaches - Captain 2. Who are the people with Personal Power in ...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Organizational Culture, Gross Domestic Product, Fits

Environment CorporateCulture 1. The Organisations External Environment Organisations are open systems Managers must understand the basic elements of their environment in order to carry out the functions of planning, organi...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Centralisation, Cost Leadership

OrganisationalStructureDesign 1. Basic Concepts of Organising Organising is a management function Definition of organisation structure Organisational charts Span of control Centralisation, decentralisation and formalisatio...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Fallacy, Bargaining Power, Swot Analysis

Strategy The Strategic Management Process: Strategy Process: 1. Evaluate current mission goals 2. Analyse the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) in the internal and external environment 3. Define new m...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Servant Leadership, Transactional Leadership, Contingency Theory

Leadership What is Leadership? Management - the attainment of organisational goals in an effective and efficient manner through planning, organising, leading and controlling organisational resources Leadership - The proces...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Corporate Social Responsibility, Trolley Problem, Individualism

EthicsCorporateSocialResponsibility 1. Managerial Ethics What is ethics? The code of moral principles that sets standards of good or bad, or right or wrong, in a persons conduct and thereby guides the behaviour of that per...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Resource Allocation, Time Horizon, Organizational Culture

OrganisationalPlanning,Goal-SettingControl 1. Planning Goal Setting Planning (to set the direction) includes: - Decide where you want to go - Decide the best way to go about it Planning: Deciding exactly what you want to ...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture 11: Entrepreneurship vs Social Entrepreneurship

EntrepreneurshipvsSocialEntrepreneurship 1. What do we know about entrepreneurs Entrepreneur: Someone who creates a new enterprise, opportunity or business venture They: o Recognise a viable idea for a business product or ...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cost Leadership, Reinforcement

InnovationChangeManagement 1. Innovation Management Invention vs. Innovation: Invention o The act of discovery of a new idea Innovation o occurs when that invention is developed and commercialised for a market It is the pr...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
MGTS1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Qantas, Main Source, Boston Consulting Group

HumanResourceManagement Framework for understanding HRM Strategic HRM Creates competitive Implement Strategies advantage, distinctiveness Reactive HRM Proactive HRM Meets legal and industrial relations Improves the require...

Management
MGTS1301
Dr Gemma Irving
Administrative Law - Reference Guides

Administrative law directly influences the life of every American citizen. All local, state and federal agencies operate pursuant to general Administrative law principles. An understanding of all administrative law functio...

Business Admin - Mgt
MGMT 10
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Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organizational structures is outlined in this coordinated Guide. Theories of leadership and individual behavior are related to the foundations of group behavior ...

Psychology
PSYC 302
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Introduction to Business Law - Reference Guides

Business law, sometimes referred to as corporate-commercial law, is a system of governance and regulations in connection with the creation, existence and dissolution of businesses. Today, Canadian businesses are governed b...

BLAW - Business Law
BLAW 464
All Professors
Management - Reference Guides

The complex aspects of Management are made clearer in this Guide. This powerful Guide provides comprehensive assistance to anyone who desires a deeper appreciation of basic Management principles. The fundamentals of organi...

BA - Business Administration
BA 2283
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Corporations - Reference Guides

Corporations are explained with clarity and precision in this informative Guide! This guide helps to remove some of the confusion that popularly exists concerning the purpose, the extent, and the legal effect of different ...

BA - Business Administration
BA 2283
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