Unit BUS1007 Organisational Behaviour
4 - B
Individual Reflection of Learning
Unit and Course
Unit Learning Outcomes Graduate Attributes Assessed
ULO 1: Demonstrate understanding of
the fundamental concepts and theories of
organisational behaviour and the related
operational and ethical challenges facing
ULO 2: Identify what makes successful
leaders and understand how to encourage
leadership within an organisation.
ULO 4: Examine the practical
applications of organisational behaviour
theory for managing people and
GA 1: Communication
GA 2: Collaboration
GA 3: Research
GA 4: Critical Thinking
GA 5: Ethical Behaviour
GA 6: Flexibility
Due Date/Time Week 12
Friday 5:00 pm
This assessment is a written reflection of journal that will examine the understanding of the
Understanding of the fundamental concepts of OB, operational and ethical challenges
Aspects of successful leadership within an organisation
Practical applications of OB theory to manage people and organisations effectively
Content and Structure:
The is written report of 1000 words where student will write a reflection of their overall
learning in this trimester on Organisational Behaviour.
All Relevant chapters that have been covered from week 1 to 12.
The written report will be submitted in Moodle via turenitin.
Students should not engage in any form of misconduct such as cheating during
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