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BBA102 Notes from Macquarie University. Includes weeks 1 - 7. Includes images to strengthen understanding.

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Management Human resource management Strategic management Strategy Systems thinking Organizational culture International business Intrapreneurship Organizational ethics
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Management Human resource management Strategic management Strategy Systems thinking Organizational culture International business Intrapreneurship Organizational ethics
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These can be profit or non-profit, small or large. Who are managers • Management is the pursuit of organisational goals efficiently and effectively by integrating the work of people. • This is done through planning, organising, leading and controlling the organisation’s resources. Basically overseeing the work of others. • Key terms: Planning, Organising, Leading and Controlling 1. For- profit managers: for making money. 2. Non-profit managers: for offering services. 3. Mutual-benefit managers: for aiding members. Findings of Henry Mintzberg • A manager relies more on verbal than on written. • A manager works long hours at an intense pace. • A manager’s work is characterised by fragmentation, brevity and variety. ________________ Three types of roles: 1. Interpersonal: figurehead, leader, liaison 2. Informational: monitor, disseminator,...
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