The structure of a large multi-national company with thousands of employees worldwide will be very different from a small local business with 20 employees. The way in which an organization structures and organizes its workforce will impact on the culture that develops within the organization.
This system of shared values and beliefs will determine and shape the accepted patterns of behavior of an organizations workforce. The culture in organizations that differ in size, for example, or are from different sectors of the economy can be very different.The structure and culture of an organization are key factors which contribute o motivating the workforce at all levels of the organization.
The Japanese were instrumental in developing a culture of ‘continuous improvement through teamwork’ in their manufacturing industry. This culture has now been exported around the world and encapsulates the way in which structure and culture contribute to patterns of behavior in the workplace.This unit will develop learner understanding of the behavior of people within organizations and Of the significance that organizational design has on shaping that behavior. 3.
Learning outcomes: On successful completion of this unit a learner will: Understand the relationship between organizational structure and culture 2 Illustrated different approaches to management and leadership 3 Understand ways of using motivational theories in organizations 4 Understand mechanisms for developing effective teamwork in organizations 4.Learning outcomes and assessment criteria Assessment strategy unit 3. Organizations Behavior has a set Of assessment criteria which you will need to demonstrate to pass the module. The assessments you undertake have elements of negotiation where you can make decisions and agree with your tutor what work you will undertake for assessment.
This ensures that the work you do has personal and professional relevance. Assessment items are designated as: coursework based on case study.Learning outcomes(LO) IOn successful completion of latish unit a learner will: I Assessment criteria for pass I The learner can: I Compare And Contrast Different Organizational Structures And Culture Explain How The Relationship Between An Organization’s Structure And Culture Can Impact OIL The Business Ion The Performance Of Understand the relationship Discuss The Factors Which Influence Individual Behavior At Work I between organizationalI structure and culture LILA I Compare the effectiveness Of different leadership styles in different organizations I Understand different Explain how organizational theory underpins the practice of management approaches to management I Evaluate the different approaches to management used by different organizations I land leadership LILA I Discuss the impact that different leadership styles may have on motivation in I launderettes ways of using organizations in periods of change motivational theories in I Compare the application Of different motivational theories within the workplace I organizationsEvaluate the usefulness of a motivation theory for managers I Explain the nature of groups and group behavior within Organizations 1 1104 Discuss factors that may promote or inhibit the Development of effective teamwork in I Understand mechanisms for I developing effective 14. 4 Evaluate the impact of technology on team given organization functioning within al Teamwork in organizations 5.
Teaching and Learning Strategy Teaching takes place through practical and theoretical classes, lectures, seminars, workshops, data analysis sessions, discussions, tutorials, industry and community visits.You learn through these and through individual and small group self-managed activity including resource-based learning and online learning support through the VILE. Teaching is linked directly with professional practice and research both of which directly inform and enhance course content and delivery. Visiting professionals contribute to the course delivery with full time staff and are vital to providing you with access to current professional practices and issues developing your employability skills and knowledge.We have a breadth of expertise in the team, all of whom compliment their horror sessions with practical examples which are relevant to each of your individual interest and needs on the course. During the tutorial session, students will be encouraged to read the relevant materials, conduct brainstorming sessions, lead the discussion.
Lecturer acts in a supporting role and expects students to answer questions, provide presentations, sit for quiz tests.