02.211 Critical Management Studies

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‘Critical thinking’ has been touted as an essential skill in the workplace. However, what constitutes ‘critical thinking’ is often ambiguous. In this course, students will work through the stages of critical thinking and learn the basic principles of ‘clarity’, ‘precision’ and ‘reasoning’; culminating in a debate of complex, current issues affecting the workplace. This course is open to all pillars, but is specially designed for final year students who are interested in understanding management theory and contemporary management practices in a “VUCA” (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) environment.

*Note: With the current CoV19 situation, the entire course and assessment will be online.

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Instructor
Grace Dixon