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    HC1031 Managing People and Organisations T1 2017
    TRIMESTER 1 / 2017
    Holmes Institute is committed to providing the highest quality education
    in a dynamic, student-centred learning environment. Holmes Institute fosters in its
    students rational thought, intellectual integrity and social responsibility.
    HC1031 Managing People and Organisations T1 2017
    Holmes Institute Faculty of Higher Education offers business courses that combine discipline-based excellence
    with practical application. The faculty operates on campuses in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Hong Kong.
    The faculty offers a Bachelor of Business, a Bachelor of Professional Accounting, Bachelor of Fashion and
    Business, a Master of Professional Accounting, a Master of Business Administration and a Graduate Diploma in
    Details about the members of the faculty can be found on the homepage of the Faculty of Higher Education at
    At Holmes Institute, the Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Professional Accounting programs offer domestic
    and international students the opportunity to study a set of contemporary subjects in the field of business.
    These subjects prepare students for the challenges in business environments of the 21st century. These
    programs emphasize the global and cross-cultural dimensions of business. Teaching utilizes a combination of
    delivery methods and includes critical analysis and case study methods. A combination of exams, case studies
    and company analysis are used in assessment.
    The Bachelors’ programs of Holmes Institute focus on:
    ?  Developing career related capabilities
    ?  Emphasis on business numeracy and literacy
    ?  Managerial proficiency
    ?  The new economy
    ?  Leadership
    ?  Entrepreneurship
    ?  Social responsibility and ethics
    Welcome from the Subject Coordinator
    Welcome to HC1031 Managing People and Organizations. This subject introduces you to managing people and
    organizations. Management is a well-established and important discipline, vital to understanding how business
    and organizations operate. Students who complete this subject will be equipped with a broad range of
    management knowledge necessary for success in contemporary business environments. It is strongly
    recommended that you engage actively in discussion and the various activities during the lectures and tutorials.
    This course introduces you to principles of managing business organisations. Business managers continually
    respond to the challenges of global competition, rapidly changing technology, cultural and social diversity of an
    increasingly educated work force and an increasing emphasis on environmental awareness and sound
    corporate governance. In such an environment, only those organisations whose managers learn from their
    experiences and adapt to their dynamic environment will be successful. The course critically explores
    management principles, concepts, models and challenges from both a national and international perspective
    and requires students to apply their knowledge through case studies and scenarios.
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    On successful completion of this course, student should be able to:
    1. To explain the theoretical foundations of management and organizational studies and apply the
    knowledge in the context of sounds business ethics
    2. To apply critical and analytical thinking, including a capacity to question existing practices and
    assumptions, to the study of management and organizations
    3. To evaluate management and organizational issues relevant to organizations operating in a global and
    diverse workplace and appraise the politics and ethics of managerial and employee behavior in
    4. To demonstrate and apply research skills, showing initiative in consulting the academic literature and
    integrating fresh ideas into the discourse in preparation for life long learning
    5. To demonstrate the capacity to express ideas, concepts and arguments in a logical and coherent
    written form and in conformity with relevant standards of academic writing.
    Awards  Duration  Core/Elective  Subject weight
    BBus, BPA  1 semester  Core  (B.Bus)/  Elective
    3 credit points
    Mode of delivery  On campus
    Prerequisites  Nil
    Workload  Students are expected to attend all classes
    Delivery  2 hrs of lectures and 1 hr tutorial or equivalent
    Independent study  5 hrs
    Subject Coordinator  Dr. Anh Le
    Deborah Thomas
    Lecturers Sydney Campus Jas Paul Chawla
    Ivana Pavic
    Lecturers Melbourne Campus Dr. Anh Le
    Deborah Thomas
    Ale@holmes.edu.au TBA
    Lecturer Brisbane Campus  Sudarshan Chalise
    Erika Belochova
    Students please note:
    Holmes Institute provides each student with a Holmes webmail. Faculty and Administrative staff can only
    communicate with you using your Holmes Institute mail address. Emails from private and/or business email
    accounts cannot be used and may not be answered.
    HC1031 Managing People and Organisations T1 2017
    Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday
    Sydney Campus
    E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail
    Melbourne Campus
    E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail
    Brisbane Campus
    E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail
    *by appointment only
    In-class test  Wk 6  15%  1 & 5
    Group Report
    Individual Reflection  Wk 10  15%  1,2, 3 & 4
    Group Organisational Analysis  Wk 10  20%  1,2, 3 & 4
    End of study period examination  Exam week  50%  1,3, & 5
    To be eligible to pass this subject, students must complete all forms of assessment and demonstrate
    achievement of the learning outcomes. All assignments must be submitted electronically using a word
    processor, uploaded to Blackboard via SafeAssign.
    Submission deadlines are strictly enforced and late submission incurs penalties of 5 (five) % of the assessment
    value per calendar day unless an extension and/or special consideration has been granted by the Subject
    Coordinator prior to the assessment deadline . U nless an extension and/or special consideration has been
    granted by the Subject Coordinator prior to the assessment deadline, no assessments are accepted after 14
    calendar days of the due date or the end of the trimester for assessments due later in a trimester. Students are
    requested to familiarize themselves with the Holmes Institute Assessment Policy located on the Blackboard
    Student Subject: HE-General Study Information (HGEN_HE) > General Information > Policies and Procedures >
    Holmes Institute Student Assessment Policy v1.pdf.
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    HC1031 HOLMES 管理學 assignment 代寫
    High Distinction  HD  80% and above
    Distinction  D  70 – 79%
    Credit  CR  60 – 69%
    Pass  P  50 – 59%
    Fail  NN  0-45% (did not meet the standard required according to the
    learning outcomes in the Subject Guide )
    Faculty Pass  FP  Awarded by the Board of Examiners in exceptional
    Supplementary Exam Granted (a
    temporary grade)
    NS  Supplementary examination granted
    Deferred Exam (a temporary grade)  ND  Officially Deferred examination
    Fail  NA  Student attempted work but did not submit all of the work
    required for the subject
    Fail NR  Student did not submit any work according to the schedule
    in the Subject Guide Outline
    Result Withheld  RW  Student was granted extension to submit additional
    Result Withheld  WH  Outstanding fees or non-return of Holmes Institute
    After Census Withdrawal  AC  Withdrawal after census; no academic penalty but financial
    penalty applies
    * This grade is sometimes referred to as a conceded pass at other institutions
    Explanation of Letter Grade
    HD Outstanding work which exhibits sophisticated understanding and critical synthesis, analysis and
    evaluation of the subject matter. While the work utilizes opinions of others, judgements about the value of the
    subject matter are made and drawn together in an organized whole. Gaps in the subject matter might also be
    identified and the implications discussed.
    D Substantial work of high quality, which demonstrates a clear understanding of the subject matter, in which
    the relationship between the constituent elements are identified clearly and discussed with some level of
    critical analysis. The work also applies abstract ideas in concrete situations.
    CR Sound and competent work, which demonstrates a reasonable but not complete grasp of the subject
    matter. The work utilizes recall and paraphrases the work of others concerning the subject matter. Some basic
    level of critical analysis is evident. Originality in the work is rarely evident.
    P Work that demonstrates a satisfactory engagement with the subject matter such that the student is said to
    have a general understanding of the field. Provides an adequate basis for further study.
    NN Did not meet the learning objective of the subject
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    www.holmes.edu.au /undergraduate/appeals.
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    Subject: HE-General Study Information (HGEN_HE) > General Information > Student Handbook 2010 v.3.pdf).
    Plagiarism occurs when one uses another person’s ideas or manner of expressing them and passes them off as
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    Assessment 1: In-class test
    Weight: 15% of total marks
    Test will cover topics from Week 1 to Week 5
    The class test will be help during the tutorial of Week 6
    Assessment 2: Group report 
    Weight: 35% of total marks
    Length: 500 words (per individual) 1,000 words (group)
    Due: Week 10, Friday 11pm
    Formatting: Report and please ensure that the report includes page numbers on each page.
    Submission: On due date submit to Blackboard on Final submission link
    This will consists of two parts: an individual reflection and a group analysis. Both parts will provide students
    with an opportunity to reflect on individual and organisational problems and challenges and retrospectively
    apply concepts and frameworks covered within the subject to suggest how these issues could have been
    avoided or overcome. The group report will comprise an individual element worth 15% to be completed by
    each member of the group, and a group element worth 20% which will be produced by the group as a whole.
    Both parts of the assignment will be submitted on Blackboard as a group assignment in report format.
    This assignment will allow you to apply the concepts and skills covered in this subject. Its purpose is to draw on
    the concepts and models used in this course to analyse a problem or challenge and reflect on possible courses
    of action or strategies that could be used to address it.
    Part A:
    Individual Reflective Learning (15%)
    This should be no more than 500 words
    Choose a specific incident from your life that you could have handled more effectively.
    Analyse the incident and derive actions or strategies that you can use next time to improve your management
    practice should you encounter a similar event. You should draw on concepts covered in the course. Use the
    following headings to present your review:
    Selected Incident: Provide a very brief description of a specific incident that you could have handled more
    effectively. Outline the problem clearly so that you set the scene for your reader and provide a basis for your
    analysis, but don’t go into excessive detail. It is important to have a clearly focused starting point for any
    analytical piece of work.
    Analysis: Look for relevant course concepts to identify why you did not think and act as effectively as you might
    have. Make sure you clearly identify those concept to which you are referring (maybe print them in bold font).
    Do not definitions of the concept, instead, show your understanding of relevant concepts by the way you apply
    them to analyse how you handled the event.
    Improvement planning: Reflect on your analysis and derive alternative actions or strategies that you will take
    to manage similar situations more effectively. Explain how you would evaluate your effectiveness at applying
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    the proposed actions you have identified. Suggest any possible obstacles that you may encounter (e.g.
    emotions, lack of time, insufficient resources, unsupportive colleagues) and how you will address them.
    PART B: Group element
    Organisation Analysis (20%)
    This should be no more than 1000 words
    1. Choose an appropriate organisation for your analysis.
    This may be the organisation you currently work in or have worked in in the past, or an organisation
    you are familiar with through personal experience or through the media. If you choose a large
    organisation, you may opt to focus your analysis on a specific area of the company such as a branch,
    division or large department.
    2. Identify and briefly describe a current organisational problem or challenge faced by your chosen
    Relevant problems or challenges may include high turnover, low engagement among workers, the
    need to implement a change within the organisation, loss of revenue or market position etc. Note that
    these are only examples and you are free to focus on other problems that are relevant to the specific
    3. Critically analyse the problem or challenge you have identified drawing on relevant frameworks and
    concepts from Managing People and Organisations.
    Based on your analysis, make specific recommendations on how to resolve the problem or challenge
    and how to improve the organisation’s effectiveness in dealing with the issue. The recommendation
    section should be as thorough as the analysis section and approximately equal in length.
    ?  The assessment should be presented in a report format.
    ?  Does your review contain a coherent argument or set of points presented within the length limit?
    ?  Do your recommendations in the improvement plan logically follow from your analysis?
    ?  Avoid long and detailed descriptions of the problems or challenges you have identified, a short description
    with the necessary details is sufficient so that you can spend most of your time on your analysis and the
    Assessment 3: Final Examination
    Weighting: 50%
    Length : 2 Hours and 10 Minutes
    Prescribed Textbook (compulsory)
    Samson, D. & Daft, R. L. (2015), Management: Asia Pacific Edition, 5 th ed. South Melbourne, VIC, Cengage
    Learning Australia.
    Recommended Reading
    Bartol, K. et al. (2011) Management: a Pacific Rim focus, 6 th ed., Sydney, McGraw Hill
    Cole, K. (2012), Management: Theory & Practice, 5th ed., Pearson, Australia.
    Clegg, S., Kornberger, M., & Pitsis, T. (2011) Managing & Organizations: An Introduction to Theory and Practice,
    London, Sage
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    Robbins, S. P., DeCeruzo, D. A. & Coulter, M. (2012), Fundamentals of Management, 8 th ed., Pearson
    Recommended Journal  Recommended Online sources
    Academy of Management Journal
    Decision Sciences
    Harvard Business Review
    Journal of Management
    Organizational Science
    Strategic Management Journal
    Wk  Topics scheduled  Assessment  Tutorial Activities  Chapters
    1  The changing world of management  1
    2  Pioneering Ideas in Management &
    Understanding Its Environment
    3  Managing in a global environment  4
    4  Managerial Decision Making  9
    5  The Organisation’s Goals, Plan &
    6  Fundamentals of Organising  In-class test  10
    7  Managing Change and Innovation  11
    8  Individual Behaviour in Organisations  14
    9  Leadership  15
    10  Managing Teams and Groups  Group Report  18
    11  Organisation Control  19
    12  Revision
    Examination week*
    * Note: Students must consult the Academic Calendar and Blackboard for the dates of the Examination Week.
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    Proquest Database  Librarian on each Campus
    Study Skills  Holmes Institute Academic Support & Study Skills Team
    Visa Issues, COEs etc.  Higher Education Coordinator
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    Analyse Show the nature of something identifying the essential elements and g how they are related.
    Argue Present the case for and/or against a particular proposition.
    Compare  Identify the characteristics/qualities that resemble each other. Look for similarities but also
    Contrast Emphasize differences between things, events, problems, or qualities.
    Criticise Express your judgement about the truth of factors or views mentioned. Come to conclusions
    and discuss the positive points as well as possible limitations.
    Define Give clear and concise meanings of an item. Do not provide a detailed explanation but include
    limits of the definition and how the item defined differs from other items.
    Describe Recount, characterise, outline, and relate in sequence.
    Discuss Examine, analyse and give reasons for and against. Be comprehensive in your answer and give
    details, usually to assess how satisfactory something is.
    Evaluate Carefully appraise in relation to some standard including advantages, limitations, the costs and
    benefits as appropriate; attempt to make a judgement.
    Examine Investigate critically, appraise a subject or matter in detail.
    Explain Clarify, interpret, and elaborate on the material presented. Give reasons for differences of
    opinion or results, and try to analyse reasons behind it.

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    Illustrate Use a concrete example, diagram, or figure to explain or clarify a problem or issue.
    Indicate Identify and then focus attention so as to clarify.
    Justify Prove or give reasons for particular conclusions or decisions.
    Outline Present the main features or aspects showing main points and subordinate points. Do not
    include minor details and emphasize the classification of things.
    Review Examine a subject critically, analysing and commenting on important or controversial
    State Present the main points in a brief and clear sequence. Do not give specific details or examples.
    Summarise Give the main points or facts in a condensed, concise form.
    (Source: Adapted from Monash University, http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/quickrefs/29-direction-
    words.xml, accessed 14 February 2013)
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