21504 Management Capstone6cp
Requisite(s): (21512 Understanding Organisations: Theory and Practice AND 21511 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management AND (42 credit points of completed study in 42Credit Points spk(s): MAJ08438 c Management major BBus OR 66 credit points of completed study in 66Credit Points spk(s): MAJ08046 c Extended Management major BBus))
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This subject consolidates the knowledge learned in the management major by critically and creatively applying theoretical approaches to real-life management problems. Students integrate and apply knowledge and skills developed before and during their final year of undergraduate study. Students analyse business cases and apply problem-solving skills to challenging problems. The subject highlights an understanding of management problems as rising from both external and internal challenges to the organisation. It emphasises appreciation of power and influence, and provides students with first-hand experience of working with and influencing others to effect change. Students undertake research in a team setting and have the chance to reflect on their own and others' impact on team process.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125