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BOH4M – Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals – University/College Preparation

$479

Course Title: Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals, Grade 12, University/College
Course Name: Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals
Course Code: BOH4M
Grade: 12
Course Type: University / College Preparation
Credit Value: 1.0
Prerequisite: None
Curriculum Policy Document: Business Studies, The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12, 2006 (Revised)
Course Developer: Toronto eSchool
Department: Business Studies
Department Head: Erin Weir, B.A.(Hon), B.Ed., OCT
Developed Date: 2016
Most Recent Revised Date: 2020

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Description

BOH4M – Business Leadership Grade 12 online course focuses on the development of leadership skills used in managing a successful business.Students will analyse the role of a leader in business,with a focus on decision making, management of group dynamics,workplace stress and con?ict,motivation of employees,and planning.Effective business communication skills,ethics,and social responsibility are also emphasized.

 

Unit Unit Titles and Descriptions Time and Sequence
1 FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT
Students identify and describe management roles, and summarize managerial responsibilities, competencies, and skills. Major management theories are described, analysed, and evaluated.
30 hours
2 Business Leadership
This unit provides students with opportunities to apply theories of human behaviour to understand how individuals and groups function in the workplace. Students apply teamwork and group dynamics to carry out projects and solve problems. Students demonstrate the use of proper leadership techniques in a variety of situations.
20 hours
Midterm Assessment
Midterm Assignment
This is a Midterm Assignment worth 5% of your final grade.
6 hours
3 MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES
Using appropriate communication techniques related to business management. Finally, students evaluate the strategies used by individuals and organizations to manage stress and conflict while comparing a variety of theories about how to motivate individuals and teams in a productive work environment. Students analyse the elements that bring about change, the reason for various attitudes towards change, and the major challenges facing organizations, and evaluate strategies used to implement change. Students investigate ethical issues, social responsibility, and organizational codes of ethics.
23 hours
4 Planning and Organizing
Students are given the opportunity to: demonstrate an understanding of the various organizational structures used to manage the workforce effectively; identify and describe the ways in which organizational structures have changed to adapt to the changing nature of work; demonstrate an understanding of staffing issues. The students investigate compensation, benefit and discipline systems, and the relationship between high-performance activities and increased job satisfaction.
21 hours
Final Assessment
Final Culminating Assignment
This is a Final Culminating Assignment worth 20% of your final grade.
8 hours
Final Exam
This is a proctored exam worth 10% of your final grade.
2 hours
Total 110 hours