20.02.2023 - 26.05.2023
The course has five themes, and they are studied using methods of flipped learning, problem based learning (PBL) and learning by doing. Students are learning team work and these five themes in practice in so called Jamk Star Ltd virtual company environment. Students built teams, in which many of the themes will be considered and practiced. We will also have online co-operation with students from Bern University of Applied Science during the course.
Each theme contains these steps which support the learning process:
1. Introductory lecture related to each theme
2. Theme-specific study material
3. Individual assignments
4. Theme discussions and presentations in teams
Buchanan, D.A. & Huczynski, A. (2019). Organizational behaviour. Harlow, England: Pearson. Chapter 4 (Culture), Chapters 10-13 (Groups and teams in the organization).
Cappelli, P., & Tavis, A. (2018). HR goes agile. Harvard Business Review, 96(2), 46-52.
Chamorro-Premuzic T, Bersin J. (2019). Four Ways to Create a Learning Culture on Your Team. Harvard Business Review Special Issue Winter, 72–74.
Delizonna, L. (2017). High-performing teams need psychological safety. Here’s how to create It. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles August, 2-5.
Edmondson, A., Bohmer, R. & Pisano, G. (2019) Speeding Up Team Learning. Harvard Business Review Special Issue November, 46-53.
Garvin D. A., Edmondson A. C. & Gino F. (2019). Is Yours a Learning Organization? Harvard Business Review November, 86-93.
Goleman, D. (1998). What Makes a Leader? Harvard Business Review, 76, 92-105.
Groysberg, B., Lee, J., Price, J., & Cheng, J. (2018). The leader’s guide to corporate culture. Harvard Business Review, 96(1), 44-52.
McCord, P. (2018). How to hire. Harvard Business Review, 96(1), 90-97.
Mullins, L. & Christy, G. (2016). Management & organisational behaviour. Pearson. Eleventh edition. Chapter 8 (Working in groups and teams).
Shook, J. (2010). How to Change a Culture: Lessons From NUMMI. MIT Sloan Management Review, 51(2), 63–68.
Exam will be held during the first two weeks in May. The exact date will be given in the first lecture of the course.
Lectures 24 hours, Group work 20 hours and independent study 91 hours, total 135 hours.
06.02.2023 - 12.02.2023
0 - 50
Open UAS: 3
Kedge BS students: 25
Exchange and other Study Abroad students: 15 (included in the total capacity)
Bachelor's Degree Programme in International Business
School of Business