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High HD Refined Exam Notes

Written by KK

These are my refined exam notes that helped me achieve a 90+ mark. Very achievable in this unit if y...

33 pages, 8485 words

MGC2230 - Organisational Behaviour Summary Notes - HD Standard

Written by Alice

MGC2230 Organisational Behaviour Summary Notes. Organised in Weeks 1-10 (no new content in Weeks 11...

35 pages, 8946 words

Comprehensive Exam Notes

Written by Lia

These are summary notes for each concept taught in Organisational Bevaiour which will be helpful whe...

50 pages, 15246 words

MGC2230 Organisational Behaviour

Written by Sophie

These notes over the whole semester's worth of content! 2 weeks are dedicated to negotiating, so the...

36 pages, 9138 words

MGC2230 Notes

Written by Nicole

These notes summarise each topic taught in MGC2230 and will be very helpful when studying for the en...

36 pages, 11665 words

Organisational Behaviour Exam and Lecture Notes

Written by Ashleigh

Comprehensive colour coordinated notes, with the entire semester's lecture content. Great for exam r...

33 pages, 8887 words

MGC2230 Organisational Behaviour Summary notes

Written by Ash

Detailed and colour coordinated MGC2230 notes from lectures and prescribed readings, all based on th...

17 pages, 42250 words

Organisational Behaviour Notes

Written by Jacqueline

Compiled notes from Organisational Behaviour

45 pages, 9966 words

Organisational Behaviour

Written by Pola

Weekly summaries for MGC2230 from a HD student.

54 pages, 12583 words

MGC2230 summary

Written by Evelyn

Weekly summary of content for MGC2230, including a glossary which is useful for open book exam.

96 pages, 25651 words

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Reviews

I like Olga as a lecturer and I found the course material pretty interesting - especially the stuff about motivation and inherent biases - I think it's quite a practical subject. I also enjoyed completing the assessments - a book review and self-reflections. I did not attend any of the online tutorials and still got a (low) HD, so they're certainly not a necessity. The online exam is split in MCQ, short essays and two essay questions. Make sure you leave enough time for the essays.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Olga is quite an interesting lecturer, she really goes in depth and tries to help students understand the concepts. Online tutorials were boring and tutors were atrocious at making sure students participated or understood the content. Having essays in the exam was very strange, and the need to research your own examples is quite time-consuming.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Jun is a great lecturer, though I found tutorials were rarely related to what we covered in lectures. Most of them were just practicing negotiating or roleplays, so pretty much just socialising the whole time. But assessments were easy. Oh but my friend had a very harsh tutor (I think he's called Frank, not too sure) but he marks everyone quite low even when they did a great presentation, so I suggest just moving to a different tutorial.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I don't know why the reviews are so low! I loved this subject, topics were really interesting, tutes were fun, and the lectures were only 1 hour a week! The only con is that there are a lot of assignments throughout the semester, but they're all little assignments. Two of the assessments are self-reflection so... If you have a psych background this subject is basically simplified social psychology.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very bland subject but Brian tries to make the lectures interesting. Assignments poorly explained but try to develop learning for the unit

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Very enjoyable lectures and tutorials - Brian is amazing and makes the content enjoyable. Admittedly the presentation is difficult to understand, not a lot of guidance is given. Also the content is quite random - kind of just a mix of everything business related.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

did not enjoy this subject at al. lectures and tutorials were dry and boring and its definitely more of a business unit than a psychology one. if you're actually interested in business, commerce or organisational psychology it might be a good unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016