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In this unit students investigate how large- scale organisations operate. Students examine the environment (both internal and external) in which large-scale organisations conduct their business, and then focus on aspects of individual business’ internal environment and how the operations of the business are managed. Students develop an understanding of the complexity and challenge of managing large-scale organisations and have the opportunity to compare theoretical perspectives with practical applications. Unit 3 – Corporate Management
AoS1 – LSO’s in Context (20) ▫On completion of this unit the student should be able to discuss and analyse the context in which large-scale organisations operate. CharacteristicsEconomy Types of LSOsBusiness environments Management functionsKey performance indicators Stakeholders
AoS2 – Internal Environment of LSOs (40) ▫On completion of this unit the student should be able to discuss and analyse major aspects of the internal environment of large-scale organisations. Management structuresManagement styles Corporate cultureManagement skills Management rolesEthical and socially responsible management Organisational policy
AoS3 – The Operations Management Function (40) ▫On completion of this unit the student should be able to discuss and analyse strategies related to operations management. Business objectives and strategy Productivity and competitiveness Goods vs. ServicesStrategies Key elementsEthical and socially responsible management
Unit 4 – Managing People and Change This unit continues the examination of corporate management. It commences with a focus on the human resource management function. Students learn about the key aspects of this function and strategies used to most effectively manage human resources. The unit concludes with analysis of the management of change. Students learn about key change management processes and strategies and are provided with the opportunity to apply these to a contemporary issue of significance.
AoS1 – The Human Resource Management Function (60) ▫On completion of this unit the student should be able to analyse and evaluate practices and processes related to human resource management. Business objectives and strategy Employment cycle Employee expectationsEmployee relations Motivational theoryEthical and socially responsible management
AoS2 – The Management of Change (40) ▫On completion of this unit the student should be able to analyse and evaluate the management of change in a large-scale organisation, and evaluate the impact of change on the internal environment of a large-scale organisation. Concept of changeKotter Sources for changeStrategies Driving and restraining forces Process of change management LeadershipImpact on internal environment Ethical and socially responsible management