Course contents *
Lectures around organisation, operation strategies, project management, sustainable work, group dynamics, team, motivation theories, self-leadership, creativity etc
The course is based on a combination of lectures on theories and models, guest lectures from knowledge intensive companies, group assignment and a minor interview project with a "knowledge" employee. The project presentation include both oral presentation and written reporting.
Intended learning outcomes *
The general aim of the course is that the student should understand and acquire perspective on knowledge intensive work as well as be prepared before future positions in knowledge intensive sectors. The course should also give a theoretical basis for advanced courses in organisation and leadership.
On completion of the course, the students should be able to:
To pass E show that you can...
1. Account for what characterises knowledge intensive work as well as demonstrate knowledge of different ways to organise this the activities of blow and relate to circumstances that make these more or less appropriate.
2. Survey management challenges related to knowledge intensive work based on co-worker and management perspective.
3. Account for the most important research-based theories and knowledge fields for management and organisation of knowledge intensive work.
4. Carry out a minor project with interview techniques and give an oral and written presentation.
5. Obtain knowledge of how man in knowledge intensive activities can and should take consideration to social sustainability.
For higher grades A-D
Furthermore show that you:
6. Analyse management challenges related to knowledge intensive work based on both co-worker and management perspective.
7. Describe and discuss critically how man in knowledge intensive activities can and should take consideration to social sustainability.