This course aims to provide students with knowledge and critical understanding of the organisation and management of health care organisations. Although the practical aspects of management are the most critical for managers, it is also important to have some grounding in the major theories. Some managers help to plan programmes, whilst others may have plans for their programmes prepared at a higher level in the organisation. Whichever is the case, a major part of the manager's work is to implement plans of action and the module aims to provide a variety of tools and approaches to help managers with this task.
The learning is structured around formal lectures, group work and scheduled reading to complete the learning hours throughout. Please note that students have timetabled self-directed learning to give time for the reading.
Introduction to Organisation and Management
Organisations: Structure and Culture
The role of management
Managing the performance of the organisation
An introduction to Quality Assurance
- Managing Change
This course is specifically designed for managers who seek to manage the process of change and improve the performance of their area of responsibility. It is an opportunity for all professionals to advance their knowledge and keep abreast of the most modern concepts in management.
English language requirements:
Proof of English to IELTS 6.5
- Describe key principles and functions of management within an organisation
- Identify strategies for the successful implementation of change in organisations
- Analyse the effectiveness of management systems in an organisation
- Identify ways of improving organisational effectiveness using quality and human resource management initiatives
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Last updated November 27, 2015