21129: Managing People and Organisations

oatsandsugar —  July 25, 2010 — 3 Comments

Just posting up my old notes/assignments for the archive.

HD Bible for the essays: Milgram's "Obedience to Authority"

This subject was one of my favorite subjects I have done so far.  If you do your Reading Book readings every week (don’t even bother with the textbook, it is useless), and do, or at least think about your tutorial questions, you should do awesome.  The exam is easy, but fiddly.

If you read any extra book in this subject, make it Milgram’s “Obedience to Authority”, it is brilliant, easy to read, and will get you far in your assignments [UTS Library, Amazon].

My first essay was in response to the question “Should managers seek to manage the views and values of their employees (Online, Word Doc 21129e1)” and my second was in response to “Employee resistance in the workplace is only every destructive and it should be eliminated by management. Discuss (Online, Word Doc 21129e2)”.  Both were 90+% essays.

My exam notes are based both on the tutorial questions and the lecture materials (21129-Notes(ExamPrep)) and can be used as tutorial discussion notes as well.





LLM candidate at Cornell Tech. Consultant for King & Wood Mallesons and Project Evangelist for Legalese.

3 responses to 21129: Managing People and Organisations


    How did you go in the MPO exam using these notes ?

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