- Code MGMT2035
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by Research School of Management
- ANU College ANU College of Business and Economics
- Course subject Management
- Areas of interest Interdisciplinary Studies - Sustainability, Management
- Academic career UGRD
- Paul Stewart
- Mode of delivery In Person
Second Semester 2020
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All required activities in this course can be completed remotely, but some can be taken remotely or on-campus. Details on Wattle at start of Week 1
This course introduces students to a broad range of current change literature and with the problems and key issues relating to managing change in organisations. Specifically, the course will focus on concepts, frameworks, and practical steps for managing organisational change. It will introduce students to a general model of planned change and the specific processes of planned change including contracting; diagnosing organisations, groups and jobs; collecting, analysing and feeding back diagnostic information; designing interventions; and leading and managing change. In addition, the course will focus on specific organisational development interventions at the human process, structure-team, and strategic/culture levels.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
Upon successful completion of the requirements for this course, students will be able to:
Outcome 1: recognise and comment on issues and problems arising out of organisational change initiatives;
Outcome 2: define, explain and illustrate theories of planned change, their relevant foundations, strengths and weaknesses;
Outcome 3: facilitate organisational change; and apply diagnostic models and concepts to change issues at the organisational, group and individual levels;
Outcome 4: make an effective team presentation, working in teams;
Outcome 5: Write a scholarly literature review, drawing on cutting edge contemporary change management literature on a selected management topic.
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Indicative AssessmentSee the course outline on the College courses page for the indicative assessment.
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Students taking this 6 unit course are expected to commit at least 10 hours a week to completing the work.
This will include:
- attending the lectures (2 x 1 hour) and tutorials (1 x 1 hour)
- private study consisting of reading/taking notes on the assigned textbook(s)
- preparing for tutorial activity and assessment tasks
- using Wattle to download and take notes on assigned readings
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