BMO1102 - Management and Organisation Behaviour
|1.||Explain and evaluate the concepts, theories and models put forward as supporting HRM's effectiveness in meeting organisational objectives and employee demands;|
|2.||Contextualise knowledge so as to investigate and recommend effective HRM practices that contribute to solving contemporary workplace issues and enhancing organisational performance;|
|3.||Communicate and present information effectively in writing and orally;|
|4.||Exhibit individual responsibility and accountability for own learning; and|
|5.||Collaborate with team members in a productive and ethical manner.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Presentation||Oral Group Presentation||10%|
|Test||Progressive In-Class Tests (Test 1 20% and Test 2 25%)||45%|
|Literature Review||Literature Review||20%|
|Report||Workplace Research Report||30%|
Human Resource Management: Strategy and Practice, 8th edn,
Nankervis, A, Compton, R, Baird, M & Coffey, J 2014,
Cengage Learning, South Melbourne.
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