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Unit Outline Unit NameManagement and Organisations in a Global EnvironmentUnit CodeHI6005Core/ElectiveCoreLevelPostgraduateCredit Points3Study PeriodYear2021Trimester1Duration1 trimesterPre-requisiteNilStudent Workload(hrs)Lecture1Tutorial2Other Staff Contact Details Staff memberPhoneEmailConsultationtimes*UnitCoordinatorDr Sudarshan [email protected] *Other consultation times by appointment only.Key Dates AssessmentTaskAssessment DescriptionPercentageWeightDue Date1Online Test 15%Week 42Online Test 25%Week 73Group Assignment: Appendix and GroupResearch Paper (Written Report)40%Week 104Final Assessment50%Week 13 Unit DescriptionWelcome to HI6005 Management and Organisations in a Global Environment. In our increasing competitivebusiness environment, it is becoming essential for Managers of organisations to understand the behaviours ofthe people who make up the organisation.This unit will provide you with an introduction to the concepts of management and organisations in a globalcontext and explore contemporary approaches to management, human resources and organisationalbehaviour in complex and diverse business settings, with a particular focus on relationships andresponsibilities.In this unit you will explore the challenges that face the manager of today in effectively building relationshipswith their people in this ever-changing global environment. We will examine how global issues impact onbusinesses, society and organisations, in particular issues related to the economic, legal, social, technologicaland ethical environments to gain an understanding of the effects of global trends (e.g. new technologies, newmarkets and cultural and political change) on management and organisations.I hope that enjoy this unit as well as gaining knowledge that you will find useful and be able to implementthroughout your working life.Unit Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this unit, students should be able to:1. Acquire a broad understanding of the theoretical and practical knowledge of Management andOrganisations.2. Analyse complex problems relating to Management and Organisations and their impact on thebusiness due to globalisation.3. Critically analyse policy tools which are used by governments and how these policies impact theglobal organisation.4. Comprehend how businesses benefit from understanding the role of Management in organisations.5. Synthesise theoretical and practical knowledge of management of global organisations, develop anin-depth understanding of the theories and practical knowledge necessary for managers toformulate appropriate strategies.6. Research and communicate the theoretical and practical knowledge of Management andOrganisations.Unit Learning ResourcesThe Library has limited print copies of prescribed textbooks for two-day loans, and options for viewingavailable online.Prescribed textbookOrganizational Behavior – Minnesota University Libraryhttps://www.studyresources.holmes.edu.au/organisational-behaviourfinal/#organisationalbehaviourRecommended readings1. Organizational Behavior: Managing People and OrganizationsEdition 12, Publisher: Cengage Learning USAuthors: Ricky W. Griffin, Jean M. Phillips and Stanley M. Gullyhttps://cengage.com.au/product/division/university/title/organizational-behavior-managing-people-ando/isbn/97813055013932. Culture and Managers in a Globalised WorldCharalampos Giousmpasoglou (University of West London, UK) and Evangelia Marinakou(Bournemouth University, UK). Source Title: Handbook of Research on Human Resources Strategiesfor the New Millennial Workforce Copyright: © 2017DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0948-6.ch0013. Anthony Giddens’ BBC Lecture on Globalizationhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/events/reith_99/week1/week1.htm.4. Chapter 2 – The Changing Environment of OrganisationsLee, Y. Y., & Falahat, M. (2019). The impact of digitalization and resources on gaining competitiveadvantage in international markets: The mediating role of marketing, innovation and learningcapabilities. Technology Innovation Management Review, 9(11), 26-38.Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/2329154399?accountid=30552Leon, R. (2016). The development of the future European knowledge workers. An academicperspective. Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy, 4(3), 339-356.Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/1833262637?accountid=305525. Chapter 3 – Individual CharacteristicsBhatia, S., & Rawat, B. (2019). Influence of personality on performance: Mediating role of psychologicalstrength: A quarterly peer reviewed multi-disciplinary international journal. Splint International Journal ofProfessionals, 6(2), 78-86.Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/2280412358?accountid=305526. Chapter 4 – Individual Values, Perceptions and ReactionsSundareswaran, S. M. D. (2011). Essentials of managing stress in the era of globalization – anorganizational perspective. Journal of Contemporary Research in Management, 6(3), 67-78. Retrievedfrom https://search.proquest.com/docview/1314489917?accountid=305527. Chapter 5 and 6 – Motivating Behaviour and Motivating Behaviour with Work and RewardsLee, K., & Kulviwat, S. (2008). Korean workers’ motivation tools: Commitment and incentive-basedmotivation and their relative impact on behavioral work outcome. Multinational Business Review, 16(4),87-109. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/1525383X200800019Li, B., & Tu, Y. (2016). Motivations of Faculty Engagement in Internationalization: A Survey in China.Higher Education, 71(1), 81-96.doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10734-015-9890-x8. Chapter 7 – Groups and TeamsSynergy and performance in multicultural teams. (1995). Journal of International Business Studies, 26(3),690.Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/197157381?accountid=30552McCain, B. (1996). Multicultural Team Learning: An Approach Towards Communication Competency.Management Decision, 34(6), 65-68. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/002517496101214989. Chapter 8 – Decision Making and Problem SolvingPaik, Y., Lee, J. M., & Pak, Y. S. (2019). Convergence in International Business Ethics? A Comparative Studyof Ethical Philosophies, Thinking Style, and Ethical Decision-Making Between US and Korean Managers:JBE JBE. Journal of Business Ethics, 156(3), 839-855.doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-017-3629-910. Chapter 9 – CommunicationAi, B., Cui, C., & Wang, L. (2019). Language, Identity, and Transnational Communication: Chinese BusinessExpatriates in Africa. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 62(2), 178-191.doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TPC.2019.289346311. Chapter 11 and Chapter 12- Traditional Leadership Approaches and Contemporary Views of Leadership inOrganisationsRowley, C., Oh, I., & Jang, W. (2019). New Perspectives on East Asian Leadership in the Age ofGlobalization: Local Grounding and Historical Comparisons in the Asia Pacific Region. Asia Pacific BusinessReview, 25(2), 307-315.doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13602381.2018.155742412. Chapter 13 – Power, Influence and PoliticsGray, S. (2019). Saving the Sacred Sea: The Power of Civil Society in an Age of Authoritarianism andGlobalization. By Kate Pride Brown. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/704056Assessment DetailsIn order to pass this Unit, you must:Achieve an overall percentage of 50% of the assessmentsASSESSMENT 1: ONLINE TEST 1 Aligned Unit learningoutcomes1. Acquire a broad understanding of the theoretical and practical knowledgeof Management and Organisations.4. Comprehend how businesses benefit from understanding the role ofManagement in organisations.Group or IndividualIndividualWeighting5%Due DateWeek 4 ASSESSMENT 1: DESCRIPTIONPurpose and requirement this assessment:The Online Test 1 will cover topics from Week 1 and Week 3.Guideline:The Online Test 1 will open at 10am and close at 4pm on Friday 16/04/2021. Once logged in, you have 60minutes to complete the test. More detailed information is provided in the Online Test Folder underAssessments tab in Blackboard.ASSESSMENT 2: ONLINE TEST 2 Aligned Unit learningoutcomes1. Acquire a broad understanding of the theoretical and practical knowledgeof Management and Organisations.4. Comprehend how businesses benefit from understanding the role ofManagement in organisations.Group or IndividualIndividualWeighting5%Due DateWeek 7 ASSESSMENT 2: DESCRIPTIONPurpose and requirement this assessment:The Online Test 2 will cover topics from Week 4 and Week 5.Guideline:The Online Test 2 will open at 10am and close at 4pm on Friday 07/05/2021. Once logged in, you have 60minutes to complete the test. More detailed information is provided in the Online Test Folder underAssessments tab in Blackboard.ASSESSMENT 3: GROUP ASSIGNMENT Aligned Unit learningoutcomes1. Acquire a broad understanding of the theoretical and practical knowledgeof Management and Organisations.2. Analyse complex problems relating to Management and Organisationsand their impact on the business due to globalisation.3. Critically analyse policy tools which are used by governments and howthese policies impact the global organisation.4. Comprehend how businesses benefit from understanding the role ofManagement in organisations.5. Synthesise theoretical and practical knowledge of management of globalorganisations, develop an in-depth understanding of the theories andpractical knowledge necessary for managers to formulate appropriatestrategies.Group or individualGroupWeighting40%Due DateWeek 10 ASSESSMENT 3: DESCRIPTIONPurpose and requirement of this assessment:Appendix: A summary of all the activities undertaken towards completion of the group assignment.Research Report: A report based on the research on the topic chosen.GuidelineAppendix:Due Week 10, Friday 28/05/2021 at 5.00 pm. More detailed information is provided in the Group AssignmentFolder under Assessments tab in Blackboard.Research Report:• Due on Week 10, Friday 28/05/2021 by 5 pm.• Group Research Paper (Written Report)• 3,000 wordsASSESSMENT 4: FINAL ASSESSMENT Aligned Unit learningoutcomes1. Acquire a broad understanding of the theoretical and practical knowledgeof Management and Organisations.2. Analyse complex problems relating to Management and Organisations andtheir impact on the business due to globalisation.3. Critically analyse policy tools which are used by governments and how thesepolicies impact the global organisation. 4. Comprehend how businesses benefit from understanding the role ofManagement in organisations.5. Synthesise theoretical and practical knowledge of management of globalorganisations, develop an in-depth understanding of the theories andpractical knowledge necessary for managers to formulate appropriatestrategies.Group or individualIndividualWeighting50%Due DateWeek 13 ASSESSMENT 4: DESCRIPTIONPurpose:Description:Final Assessment: To be advised.Assessment Submission• All work must be submitted on Blackboard by the due date along with a completed Assignment CoverPage.• The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 12-pt Arial font and 2 cm margins on all foursides of your page with appropriate section headings and page numbers.• Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a referencelist, all using Harvard referencing style.Ensure the report is checked for plagiarism using SafeAssign. Please read the academic integrity statementincluded in this document. Consult your lecturer if you are unsure or you require clarification aboutacademic integrity.Extensions and Special ConsiderationIf circumstances beyond your control will prevent you from submitting an assignment by the due date or yourperformance has been impacted by circumstances outside your control, then you should apply for SpecialConsideration through Student Services as soon as you become aware of the problem. You may be allowedto do the task at another time or may give you an extension of up to two weeks or have yours marks adjusted.Assignment Extensions are normally only approved when students apply before the due date. Student Servicesmay ask you to supply supporting documentation about the difficulties you are facing, and evidence of thework you have completed so far.Note that work that is submitted late without an approved extension will be subject to a marking penalty, ormay not be marked at all. Details of the penalties can be found in the Higher Education Student Handbook athttps://www.holmes.edu.au/pages/about/policiesAcademic IntegrityHolmes Institute is committed to ensuring and upholding Academic Integrity, as Academic Integrity is integralto maintaining academic quality and the reputation of Holmes’ graduates. Accordingly, all assessment tasksneed to comply with academic integrity guidelines. Table 1 identifies the six categories of Academic Integritybreaches. If you have any questions about Academic Integrity issues related to your assessment tasks, pleaseconsult your lecturer or tutor for relevant referencing guidelines and support resources. Many of theseresources can also be found through the Study Sills link on Blackboard.Academic Integrity breaches are a serious offence punishable by penalties that may range from deduction ofmarks, failure of the assessment task or unit involved, suspension of course enrolment, or cancellation ofcourse enrolment.Table 1: Six categories of Academic Integrity Breaches PlagiarismReproducing the work of someone else without attribution. When a studentsubmits their own work on multiple occasions this is known as self-plagiarism.CollusionWorking with one or more other individuals to complete an assignment, in away that is not authorised.CopyingReproducing and submitting the work of another student, with or withouttheir knowledge. If a student fails to take reasonable precautions to preventtheir own original work from being copied, this may also be considered anoffence.ImpersonationFalsely presenting oneself, or engaging someone else to present as oneself, inan in-person examination.Contract cheatingContracting a third party to complete an assessment task, generally inexchange for money or other manner of payment.Data fabrication andfalsificationManipulating or inventing data with the intent of supporting false conclusions,including manipulating images. Source: INQAAHE, 2020Holmes Institute Academic Integrity and Conduct Policy can be found athttps://www.holmes.edu.au/pages/about/policiesSupplementary AssessmentSupplementary Assessment is available to students in this module if a student who has met each of thefollowing conditions:1. The student has achieved a grade of less than 50% in a previous attempt at the unit;2. The student has submitted all required assessment items for the unit;3. The student’s name has not been recorded in the Academic Misconduct Register in relation to theunit of the supplementary assessment occurs;The student will be informed by Faculty of a supplementary examination within ten (10) working days ofresults being released. A Supplementary examination cannot be deferred unless there are compelling andcompassionate circumstances and a Special Consideration application must be submitted.A student who attempts a supplementary assessment will not be able receive a total mark higher than 50%for that unit.More details can be found in the Assessment Policy and Procedure – Higher Education athttps://www.holmes.edu.au/pages/about/policies.Unit CalendarPlease note, the sequence of some topics may change due to staff availability, resourcing, or due to unforeseen circumstances. WeekLecture TopicTutorial / Assessment ScheduleReadings/Preparation1An Overview of Organisational Behaviour and Managing AcrossBordersChapter 12The Changing Environment of Organizations – A Global PerspectiveChapter 23Individual Characteristics Chapter 4- Values and Perceptions andGlobal ImplicationsChapter 34Motivating Behaviour with Work and Rewards – Motivating aGlobal WorkplaceGroups and Teams – Managing Multicultural TeamsOnline Test 1Chapters 5 and 6Chapter 75Groups and Teams/Managing Multicultural TeamsChapter 76Decision Making and Problem Solving – Culture and NationalityInfluencesChapter 87Communication – Cultural Differences between in CommunicationManaging Conflict and Negotiating – Conflict ManagementDifferences Across CulturesOnline Test 2Chapter 9Chapter 108Traditional and Contemporary Views of Leadership inOrganisations – The Role of Leaders Across CulturesChapters 11 and 129Power, Influence, and Politics – Implications on National CultureChapter 1310Organisational Structures and Design – MultinationalOrganisational StructuresGroup Appendix and Final Report DueChapter 1411Organisational Culture – Cross Cultural Influences on ConflictCulturesChapter 15 WeekLecture TopicTutorial / Assessment ScheduleReadings/Preparation12Organisation Change and Change Management – The AddedComplexity of Global Change.A Revision Lecture will be included in Week 12Chapter 1613Final Assessment

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