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BBA102 Course Summary with Diagrams

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Weeks 1-13 covered with definitions, theories as well as explanatory graphs. Useful for study and assignment preparation

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Management Human resource management Decision theory Administration Business Participative decision-making Organizational culture Organizational behavior Strategic management Conflict management Strategy implementation Intrapreneurship
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Management Human resource management Decision theory Administration Business Participative decision-making Organizational culture Organizational behavior Strategic management Conflict management Strategy implementation Intrapreneurship
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- Non-managerial employees work directly on a job or task and have no responsibility for overseeing the work of others. E.g Sales and Service Staff. - Managers work in Organisations Organisations - Three Characteristics of organisations - Goals, People, Structure. - Organisations have a distinct purpose - goal. For example goal of Macquarie University purpose is to education. For example a Pizza Shop will have the goal of making profit. - Organisations have people working together to deliver purpose. - Organisations have structure - deliberate systematic structure. Rules, Policies etc. - Case Study - Walt Disney Company. Purpose - Worlds leading provider of entertainment. People - Entertainment, Travel, Food and Beverage, Doctors, Corporate. Structure - Driven by goals and people. Operations System - The Operations...
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