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Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
Intro to Management - Week 5
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  • 1. MGF1010: Introduction to Management Week 5: Organisational Culturewww.monash.edu.au
  • 2. Your Tutor (me)Nathan Eva– nathan.eva@monash.edu– 9903 4065– Building N Level 5 Room 14– www.slideshare.net/nathaneva www.monash.edu.au 2
  • 3. Last Week• Explain and give examples of the specific environment.• Explain and give examples of the general environment.• Distinguish between the omnipotent view and the symbolic view of management. www.monash.edu.au 3
  • 4. Assignment Reminder• Due Week 6• On Weeks 2 and 4 material• 1,500 words (+/- 10%)• Worth 15%• Minimum 5 Journal Articles• Moodle is the place for lots of information goodies• Need more help? Click here =) www.monash.edu.au 4
  • 5. Assignment Classes• Monday 8 April 11am - 12 noon in C510• Thursday 11 April 1:00 - 2.00 pm in C510• Thursday 11 April 2.00 - 3.00 pm in A250 www.monash.edu.au 5
  • 6. Test• External Environment• Global Management www.monash.edu.au 6
  • 7. Well done =)• External Environment• Global Management www.monash.edu.au 7
  • 8. APA Referencing – In text• Whenever you say something – it needs to be referenced.• Who says rule? – Global financial crisis (reference); – Number of McDonald stores (last name, year); – “Skills of a manager ” (last name, year, page number).• Ways to do this – More moral and ethical leaders are needed within organisations (George, 2008). – George (2008) says that more moral and ethical leaders are needed within organisations www.monash.edu.au 8
  • 9. APA Referencing – In text• “Direct quotes” need page numbers – “More moral and ethical leaders are needed within organisations” (George, 2008, p. 317). – George (2008, p. 317) says that “more moral and ethical leaders are needed within organisations”. – George (2008, pp. 317-318) says that “more moral and ethical leaders are needed within organisations”. – George (2008, para. 3) says that “more moral and ethical leaders are needed within organisations”. www.monash.edu.au 9
  • 10. APA Referencing – In text• More than one author in an article – Order they appear in the article / book > e.g. (Kang, Baker, Thurin & Millar, 2012) – „&‟ symbol if it is (in brackets) „and‟ if it is in text > e.g. Kang, Baker, Thurin and Millar (2012) state that …. – 3 or more authors after the first time of use become et al. > e.g. Kang et al. (2012) go on to say …. or (Kang et al. 2012) – 6 or more authors first time is et al.• More than one journal/book in a reference – Alphabetical order of reference > e.g. (Barry & Nguyen, 2013; Kang, Baker, Thurin & Millar, 2012; Wang, O‟Dea & Fletcher, 2013) www.monash.edu.au 10
  • 11. APA Referencing – Reference List• Separate page• Heading References or Reference List• Alphabetical order• Hanging indent• Only items you have used www.monash.edu.au 11
  • 12. Reference List – Journals Last name, initial. (year). Title in sentence case. Journal Title with Each Word Capitalised and in Italics, Volume number in italics(issue number), page numbers.Boykett, A. D. (2008). Writing essays like a boss. Journal of Good Referencing, 24(3), 219-254.Williams, A. L., & Dodson, C. R. (2005). Essay skills and other essential life skills: A guide. Writing and Communication Journal, 5(1), 54-56.Zhang, Q., Smith, A., & Gacovski, C. E. (2013). Why intro to management is my favourite class at Monash. Journal of Lies, 130(8), 126-129. www.monash.edu.au 12
  • 13. Reference List – Books Last name, initial. (year). Title in sentence case in italics (edition if there is one). Place of Publication: Name of Publisher.Desforges, C. (2012). External nature of organisations. Thousand Oaks, California: Penguin Publishing.Owen, R. J., & Subotsch, S. L. (2003). Rewriting the history of the orange highlighter: An in-depth insight (9th ed.). Melbourne: Sage.Question? Why did Melbourne not have Victoria but Thousand Oaks had California? www.monash.edu.au 13
  • 14. Reference List – Newspapers Last name, initial. (year, Month date). Title in sentence case. Name of Publication, page number.Lane, B. H. (2013, April 3). Why are the demons so terrible? The Age, p. 57.Lane, B. H. (2013, April 3). Why are the demons so terrible? The Age, Retrieved from http://www.theage.com.au/afl/afl-news/kennett-latest-now-its-an- apology-to-clarkson-20130402-2h4m3.html www.monash.edu.au 14
  • 15. Reference List – Website Last name, initial. (year, Month date of last update). Title in sentence case. Retrieved Month day, year, from URL.Lin, J. (2012, May 15). The debate over chocolate Easter eggs? Retrieved April 6, 2013, from http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/box-seat/raven-on- game-of-thrones-premiere-recap-20130402-2h3ng.html.Youth Central. (2012, November 12). Youth Central homepage. Retrieved April 6, 2013, from http://www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au. www.monash.edu.au 15
  • 16. APA Referencing – Reference List• Separate page• Heading References or Reference List• Alphabetical order• Hanging indent• Only items you have used www.monash.edu.au 16
  • 17. APA Referencing – Reference ListBoykett, A. D. (2008). Writing essays like a boss. Journal of Good Referencing, 24(3), 219-254.Desforges, C. (2012). External nature of organisations. Thousand Oaks, California: Penguin Publishing.Lane, B. H. (2013, April 3). Why are the demons so terrible? The Age, p. 57.Lin, J. (2012, May 15). The debate over chocolate Easter eggs? Retrieved April 6, 2013, from http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/box-seat/raven-on-game-of-thrones-premiere-recap-20130402- 2h3ng.html.Owen, R. J., & Subotsch, S. L. (2003). Rewriting the history of the orange highlighter: An in-depth insight (9th ed.). Melbourne: Sage.Williams, A. L., & Dodson, C. R. (2005). Essay skills and other essential life skills: A guide. Writing and Communication Journal, 5(1), 54-56.Youth Central. (2012, November 12). Youth Central homepage. Retrieved April 6, 2013, from http://www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au.Zhang, Q., Smith, A., & Gacovski, C. E. (2013). Why intro to management is my favourite class at Monash. Journal of Lies, 130(8), 126-129. www.monash.edu.au 17
  • 18. Referencing – Your Turn• 10 issues in the referencing in-text• 10 issues in the reference list www.monash.edu.au 18
  • 19. This Week• Explain how organisational culture is developed and passed on• What are the benefits of having a strong organisational culture.• Discuss three (3) current issues concerning organisational culture.• Discuss the original sources of organisational culture. www.monash.edu.au 19

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