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Unit Guide

MGW2230
Organisational behaviour
Semester 1, 2016

Handbook link: http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/2016handbooks/units/index-byfaculty-bus.html The information contained in this unit guide is correct at time of publication. The University has the right to change any of the elements contained in this document at any time.

Last updated: 19 Feb 2016

Table of contents

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Table of contents
Unit handbook information

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Synopsis

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Mode of delivery

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Workload requirements

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Unit relationships

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Prerequisites

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Prohibitions

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Co-requisites

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Chief Examiner

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Unit Coordinator(s)

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Tutor(s)

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Academic overview

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Learning outcomes

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Teaching approach

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Unit schedule
Assessment summary

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Second marking

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Return of final marks

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Exam viewing

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Assessment criteria

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Assessment requirements

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Hurdle requirements

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Participation

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Assessment tasks

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Examination(s)

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Extension and penalties

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Returning assignments

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Resubmission of assignments

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Referencing requirements

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Assignment submission

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Feedback

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Learning resources

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Required resources

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Technological requirements

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Q Manual

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Recommended resources
Other information

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Policies

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Graduate Attributes Policy

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Student Charter

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Student Services

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Monash University Library

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Disability Support Services

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Other unit information

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Unit handbook information
Synopsis
Students gain an understanding of factors affecting the behaviour of people in work settings. The unit focuses on individual, group, and total organisational human factors influencing the effectiveness of organisations,…...

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