Leadership and Organizational Change, TEIO13
The seminar C-group seminar about Leadership in International Settings will take place on 22/11 between 17-21 in R42.
For some of you this will be your regular seminar, for others hopefully an opportunity to catch up. In seminar group C there is plenty room for additional students from other seminar groups to catch up. The other seminar groups will be rather crowded.
Swedish students studying Industrial Engineering and Management and Design and Product Development, as well as students from several international master programmes take part in the course. In addition, also exchange students enter the course. The main language used in the course is English. However, specific parts of the course, like the oral examination may be taken in Swedish as well.
Course start and registration
The course start is on November 1, 2012 13-17 in C3. The dates for the oral examination are scheduled in week 51 on 17/12, 18/12 and 19/12. The oral examination will take about 2 hours on one of these specific days, and you are able to sign up for a specific time slot. As there are only a limited number of time slots on each day, please make sure that you are available during several days. More information and the possibility to book a specific time slot will come later.
Complementary information may be published during the course.
At the start of the course you will be asked to register on the course participants list. This makes it possible for you to register for a seminar group, the group assignment, book a time slot for the oral examination, access the file archive and upload your assignments.
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The detailed course schedule can be downloaded from the course homepage (from 121018)
The course consists of four main components.
2) Seminars including individual development plan.
3) Group assignment.
4) Oral examination.
After the course the student
After the course the student
- is able to describe and discuss relevant models and theories about leadership
- is able to analyse the role of leadership in a changing, complex and global organisational context
- is able to apply knowledge about leadership and reflect on theories and models of leadership in practical exercises and case studies
TEIO61 Industrial Management, TEMM32 Corporate Organization or corresponding relevant knowledge about general models and theories about organizations.
In 2009 we have changed the main course literature to the following book:
- Nahavandi, A. (2012), The Art and Science of Leadership (sixth edition), Pearson: New Jersey.
For further reading we recommend:
- Yukl, G. (2010), Leadership in Organizations, Pearson: New Jersey.
- March, J.G., Weil, T. (2005), On Leadership, Blackwell Publishing: Malden.
- Kotter, J.P. (1996), Leading Change, Harvard Business School Press: Boston Massachusetts
- Jönsson, S., Strannegård, L. (eds) (2009), Ledarskapsboken, Liber.
Course director and examiner
Carina Ekhager: email@example.com
Last updated: 2012-11-13