The Organisational Behaviour module explores current knowledge around behaviour in contemporary organisations. This module explores areas from an individual employee and manager perspective. Students will engage with topics such as Identity, Power, Gender, Motivation, Change and Ethics. This list is not exhaustive but indicative only. Students will explore these topics from a critical, and in some instances, post-structuralist perspective. The aim of the module is to equip students with a fundamental grounding in Organisational Behaviour in order to help them develop as managers of the future.
The ability to effectively communicate with all internal and external stakeholders is key for business leaders. The business environment is in constant flux and it is important to be able to navigate this space, whilst building relationships and networks. This module will explore key communication and human resources theories and provide students with the tools to assess and develop their own communication skills.
The Professional Project capstone module is an independent study unit. Students will be able to draw together learning form their previous subjects, focusing on their key strengths, in the production of a business artefact. Alongside the artefact students will develop a written critical reflection, which is designed elucidate their rational for choice of artefact and reflect on the process of its production and dissemination.
The strategic business module will equip students with the knowledge required to make strategic decisions at both a corporate and functional level. Students will also develop the skills required to evaluate the success of implemented strategy within an organisational context. This will inform decision making at a corporate and functional level.