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Learning outcomes of the course
Students understand the importance of management as a company’s key success factor. Students know the basic concepts of management and basic concepts reflecting the running of an organization. Students know different aspects of management and their contents. Students can evaluate their own abilities and willingness to managerial work.
Development of management theories, basic concepts of management, different aspects of management, human resource management, leadership, organization, challenges of management in the future
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
For the general assessment criteria of the competence generated by the Bachelor of Hospitality Management degree, please see the website of JAMK University of Applied Sciences (www.jamk.fi/english/forstudents/studyguide). The learning outcomes of a course will be assessed in accordance with its learning objectives on the basis of the skills and knowledge and general competences specified in The National and European Quality Management Systems (NQF/EQF, level 6).
5 (excellent): Students display comprehensive application of concepts in a critical and analytical manner through knowledge-based demonstration of skills vis-à-vis business and personnel management.
4 (very good): Students display nearly comprehensive application of understanding, showing analytical skills pertaining to implications of business and personnel management.
3 (good): Students demonstrate their understanding of the importance of business and personnel management as a company’s success factors by applying their conceptual-theoretical and theoretical knowledge.
2 (satisfactory): Students demonstrate the significance of management as a part of business applying the conceptual-theoretical approach.
1 (adequate): Students have a still fragmented and insufficient understanding of how to run an organisation and how important are human resources as factors affecting the company’s success. In required outputs the connection between core concepts of the topic and managerial thinking is illogical.