Management with Student Resource Access 12 Months

Danny Samson, Richard L. Daft, Timothy Donnet

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MGMT1136

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The only reason why I don't give this unit a 5/5 is because of the exam. The questions for the essay part are a bit too complex for a level 1 unit (I am already in my third year so I find the questions more suited for level 2/3 units). You also need to do referencing, which is a bit ridiculous. Put that aside, I had a great time doing this unit. I took it as an elective despite no enjoying MGMT1135 at all. I just wanted a GPA booster, but ended up enjoying the classes and content more than I thought I would. Caleb is chill and nice, replies email fast, and is very dedicated to teaching us (he was sick a few times but still managed to come instead of canceling the lectures). My tutor, Terence, is also very nice. They both are very lenient in marking. The quizzes are so easy. The exam is also not that bad. For those looking for electives, give this unit a try. Lectures and the assignments are very interesting. Exam questions are a repeat from the quiz questions. Easy HD or D if you at least put in a bit of effort.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Such an easy unit! The lectures were very well organised and all you really need to remember is whats in the lecture slides, however listening to the lecture each week definitely helps with getting a better understanding. The mid-sem essay was marked quite easily, I got a really good mark on the essay basically just by checking the marking rubric and using the same points that were made listening to the lectures (obviously with relevant evidence). The MCQ were online & literally just covered content in the slides, and the exam used a lot of these same questions in the MCQ section. My only problem is that the lecture readings were quite long and boring, but they tell you what content to study for the exam so just make sure you go into the exam having read the lecture readings for those specific weeks, I found it didnt matter too much about not having read the other weeks - I was able to get 88% grade in the unit without putting too much effort in, so should be an easy D or HD for most people

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

Lectures were excellent, the course was exciting, the essay was one of the most interesting assignments I have ever had, and the practicals were great fun. Only reason for not having 5 stars is the somewhat dumb questions on the exams and tests which tested your ability to remember semantic details rather than the concepts themselves

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Great unit! Lecturer for this semester was easy to understand, talks about the topic clearly and is very organised overall. Tutorials were also helpful in understanding the concepts. A straightforward unit overall, easy to achieve D or HD if you read the textbook and understand the topics. MCQ for majority of the assessments!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

The lectures are a waste of time. They don't tell you what they want specifically. The first essay is a joke, its more of a report. There is not enough time for the online tests for the amount of questions you are asked. The entire unit was a complete waste of time, WOULD NOT RECOMMEND.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

I took this unit as a broadening and being 2nd year student, I don't think I've ever hated a unit more. They changed the structure of the midsem and exams so that now the former is all multi-choice, but the latter is all short and long essays that assesses the entire unit's content - which is basically the entire textbook. They don't tell you clearly what they want from the assignments. For example, my tutor told me to write an essay, but use headings and subheadings - isn't that a report? Furthermore, the lecturer is awful. His lecture slides are basically copy pasted from the textbook and he barely adds anything new to his lectures, other than extremely long and frequent off-topic tangents. It's a waste of two hours. Definitely would not recommend.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014