Managing People and Organisations Concise HD Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of Technology Sydney
  • AreaBusiness and commerce
  • CourseManaging Organisations and People
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  • Authornexusnotesrecommended
  • Created2015
  • Pages36
  • Approved17 January 2018

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About these notes

These are complete and clear course summary notes for Managing People and Organisations at University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). The course code is 21129.

 

I used these notes as my main study preparation and they have been formatted to facilitate easy navigation and quick learning of the essential concepts. The notes are extremely well structured and can be relied on for study in closed or open book exams. The notes are 36 pages of concise, exam focused material designed to anticipate the sorts of exam questions thereby ensuring that the student only focuses on knowing what is required to do well on the exam.

 

The major topics covered in these notes include:

  • Organisations And Management
  • Power, Resistance & Post-Bureaucracy
  • Culture
  • Leadership
  • Managing Hrm
  • Managing Individuals
  • Managing Teams
  • Managing Sustainability And Csr
  • Innovation, Change & Rationality
  • Managing Knowledge & Learning
  • Managing Communications
  • Globalisation

About the author: These notes are written by a Nexus Notes recommended author. This author is a UTS Law student with an average of above 80%.

 

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