Managing Organisations and People is a foundational core course offered in the main bachelor degree programs. This course introduces students to the knowledge and skills required to successfully manage organisations and people in a global economy, based on contemporary research and practice. The course is designed to provide strong foundations for the development of future organisational leaders and managers who will be able to successfully respond to complex and turbulent environments, promote and sustain strategic advantage, ensure ethical and social responsibility in business practice and decision making, and manage changing social, political and technological factors both inside and outside the organisation, in an increasingly global and diverse workplace.
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