This course deals with the management and leadership in the voluntary sector. Voluntary Sector Management covers topics such as leadership and management development, managing team performance, service improvement, project management, strategic planning, resource management, and working collaboratively.
The course “Knowledge
Management” introduces basic concepts and ideas on knowledge acquisition,
creation and externalization in modern organization. The main aim of the module is to enable students to
acquire a critical understanding of knowledge as a driver of organization
inimitable strategic capabilities. This module addresses different aspect of
knowledge management: knowledge taxonomies, intellectual assets evaluation,
SECI model and its application, knowledge driven value creation, cross-cultural
issues in KM. In discussing these issues, the students acquire deeper understanding of knowledge phenomenon; develop
their analytical skills for diagnostic of organization intellectual ability as
well as managerial skills for knowledge based strategy implementation.
Study on the fundamentals of leadership and decision making as key elements in substantiating, directing and achieving human, institutional, and social progress. The course discusses and presents theories and practices that can provide meaningful lessons, learning and insights on effective, ethical and transformational leadership and decision making. The arts and science sides of the course are the best appreciated with actual verifiable cases as bases for analysis and understanding.