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MGTS1301 Final Exam Study Notes

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Only Lectures 4-11 are assessable for the 2017 semester 1 final exam. Lecture 4: Entrepreneurship Lecture 5: Ethics and Social Responsibility Lecture 6: Leading in Organisations Lecture 7: Strategy Formulation and Implementation Lecture 8: Organisational Structure and Design Lecture 9: Human Resource Management Lecture 10: Managing in a Global Environment Lecture 11: Effective Management, Innovation, and Change

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Economy Structure Business Leadership Management Organizational theory Industrial and organizational psychology Entrepreneurship Servant leadership Corporate social responsibility Organizational structure Organizing Steve Jobs
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Economy Structure Business Leadership Management Organizational theory Industrial and organizational psychology Entrepreneurship Servant leadership Corporate social responsibility Organizational structure Organizing Steve Jobs
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Discuss four reasons for becoming an entrepreneur. 2. Explain, using examples, the difference between entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship. COMMERCIAL SOCIAL Opportunity Focuses on serving basic, long-standing needs Tends to focus on new needs Recognized social need, usually guarantees a more than sufficient market size Opportunity must have a large, or growing total market size and the industry must be structurally attractive Problem is not the existence of the need, but rather whether the necessary resources can be marshaled Scope of opportunities is wide, because SEs can be for-profit and non-profit Pushed into growth Challenge to resist the pull for growth Steve Jobs (Apple) – saw opportunity in personal computer Profes...
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