80% Face-to-face, 20% Distance learning
Bibliography: Strategy/Management/Leadership/HRM Robbins, Stephen P., Judge, Timothy A. 2016: Essentials of Organizational Behavior. Pearson, Harlow. Robbins, Stephen P., Judge, Timothy A. 2010: Organizational Behavior. Pearson, Harlow Lynch, Richard 2006: Corporate strategy. Prentice Hall, Harlow. Well-being at Work: Maylett, Tracy EdD & Wride, Matthew JD. 2017. The Employee Experience. How to Attract Talent, Retain Top Performers, and Drive Results. Wiley. MacRae, Ian & Furnham, Adrian. 2017. Motivation and Performance. A guide to motivating a diverse workforce. Kogan Page Limited. Internet: Pentti Sydänmaanlakka: Self-Leadership How Good Are You at Leading Yourself? eBooks, articles searched for the literature study
BACHELOR'S DEGREE INITIAL STAGE STUDENTS
01.08.2021 - 31.12.2021
24.04.2021 - 30.05.2021
20 - 40
Laurea university of applied sciences
Ove Backlund, Sini Setälä
Degree Programme in Service Business Management (HMA), Laurea Leppävaara
Normal recognition of prior learning and demonstration of competence are applied.
Case company project
Week 36 Introduction, team building
Week 39 DL Self-Leadership assigment
Week 44 DL Literature study assignment
Week 45 Literature study presentations, DL Wellbeing at work assignment
Week 46 Literature study presentations
Week 47 DL project report
Week 48 Project report presentations
Week 49 Project report presentations
The schedule are subject to changes.
For exchange students, it’s possible to join this course online.
Week 41 Strategic work
Week 42 Management and Leadership
Week 43 Organizational structure
Week 44 Human resources Management
Week 45 Literature study, team presentations
Week 46 Literature study, team presentations
Week 47 Independent project work
Week 48 Project work, team presentations
Week 49 Project work, team presentations
The schedule is subject to changes.
1.9.-1.12.2020 Leppävaara campus
SATISFACTORY, grade 1 Students are able to: • Apply most important/individual and appropriate professional concepts, and indicate their familiarity with the knowledge base. • Act safely, although activities are often schematic/ experimental/ fumbling/ self-involved. • Comply with rules and instructions, and justify their activities using provided instructions. • Act appropriately under guidance. • Use acquired techniques and models. • Take customers into account in their actions. • Act as group members. • Act in accordance with ethical principles.
GOOD grade 3 Students are able to: • Apply professional concepts systematically. • Apply occupational safety instructions in their activities. • Justify, compare and analyse their activities using general guidelines. • Able to cope independently in different tasks in each operating environment. • Apply acquired techniques and models diversely. • Act professionally in customer situations. • Work in a group in line with objectives. • Justify their activities in accordance with ethical principles..
EXCELLENT grade 5 Students are able to: • Apply professional concepts expertly. • Comply with occupational safety instructions responsibly and independently. • Justify activities using research knowledge. • Work independently and take initiatives in line with objectives. Operations are often flexible, systematic, development-oriented, creative and active. • Select the appropriate techniques and models for activities, and justify the choices. • Act in customer-oriented ways and according to the situation. • Promote group activities. • Able to critically apply ethical principles in the subject field in one's conduct and tasks.