Webinar introductions to the themes and learning assignments
Independent study and theme-specific learning assignments
Group discussion workshops
A personal learning assignment that is processed throughout the duration of the course. This assignment is supported by theme-specific learning assignments and learning diary.
Learning is guided both personally and in groups during the course webinar sessions and in the web-based learning environment. At the end of the course, personal feedback will be given on the personal learning assignment in connection with the assessment.
Hyppänen, R. (2013). Esimiesosaaminen: Liiketoiminnan menestystekijä (3. uud. p.). Helsinki: Edita. (e-kirja)
Lämsä, A. & Hautala, T. (2013). Organisaatiokäyttäytymisen perusteet. Helsinki: Edita. (e-kirja)
Puusa, A., Reijonen, H., Juuti, P. & Laukkanen, T. (2014). Akatemiasta markkinapaikalle: Johtaminen ja markkinointi aikansa kuvina (Neljäs, uudistettu painos.). Helsinki: Talentum. (e-kirja)
Viitala, R. & Jylhä, E. (2019). Johtaminen: Keskeiset käsitteet, teoriat ja trendit. Helsinki: Edita.
Buchanan, D.A. & Huczynski, A. 2019. Orgnanizational behaviour. Harlow, England: Pearson.
Mullins, L. & Christy, G. 2016. Management & organisational behaviour. Pearson. Eleventh edition.
The theme-specific learning assignments must be completed and returned during the course.
Group discussions must be attended to in accordance with the course timetable either in the webinars or otherwise as agreed.
The personal learning assignment must be returned by 21st December 2022.
The retake of the personal learning assignment is possible on 5th February 2023 and 5th March 2023.
24.10.2022 - 21.12.2022
Orientation assignment 8 h
Theme-specific learning assignments, preparing for webinars 40 h
Webinars 12 h
Completing the personal final assignment 48 h
During the course, theme-specific introductions during webinar sessions, theme-specific learning assignments and group discussions will alternate. Additionally, personal learning assignments will be completed throughout the duration of the course.
Accreditation (replacement and inclusion)
Recognition of prior learning and experience acquired in other ways
More detailed instructions can be found from the Degree Regulations and the Study Guide.
The course assessment methods include:
Self-assessment of own competence
The group’s peer assessment
Assessment of competence, feedback and course grade based on a personal learning assignment.
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