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Issue No.04 Rev. No 5 Dated: July 18, 2017
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UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES


College of Management and Economic Studies
Dehradun
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COURSE PLAN
Programme : Masters in Business Administration (O & G)

Course : : Organizational Behaviour

Semester : I

Session : July to Dec. 2017

Batch : 2017 - 19

Subject Code : HRES 7002

No. of credits : 3

Prepared by : Dr. P.C. Bahuguna

Email : bahuguna@ddn.upes.ac.in

Approved By

_______________________ _______________________

HOD Dean
UPES Campus Tel : +91-135-2770137

“Energy Acres” Fax : +91 135- 27760904

P.O. Bidholi, Via Prem Nagar Website : www.upes.ac.in

Dehradun -248 007 (U K)


COURSE PLAN
Subject: Organizational Behaviour Course: MBA(OG) 2017-19

Duration: July 2017– December-2017 Subject code: MBCH 731

One Session: 90 Minutes

A. ABOUT THE COURSE:


People have always been regarded as important in managing organizations. Human aspects are critical
in each functional aspects of management and equally so for the effective utilization of resources. In
view of this, organizational behaviour has assumed great importance. This course is designed
primarily for students who are being exposed to human resource management for the first time.
This course covers the explanations about the human behavior in the organizational context. It details
the impact of individual, group and organizational factors on human behavior.

B. OBJECTIVE:
The purpose of the course is to help students, develop cognizance of the importance of human
behaviour in framing human resource policies. The student would be able to describe how
people behave under different conditions and understand why people behave as they do. Based
on this understanding they would be able to predict and control human behaviour and improve
results.

B1. LEARNING OUTCOMES:


On completion of the course the students will be able to:
a. Describe the major theories, concepts, and research findings in the fields of organizational
behavior.
b. Demonstrate a clear understanding of human behaviour in organizational context.
c. Demonstrate effective application of OB knowledge to diagnose and solve organizational
problems and develop optimal managerial decisions.
d. Analyze the complexities associated with management of human resources in the organizations.
e. Integrate knowledge of organizational behaviour with domain perspective.
The continuous evaluation tools employed are:
1. Case study Analysis (30% weightage)
2. Assignment (30% weightage)
3. Presentation (20% weightage)
4. Self-Assessment/ Discussion (10% weightage)
5. Final Test (10%weightage)

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ISLOs Course Students will Students will Students will be Students will Students will be
for Outcomes for demonstrate a be able to able to analyze the able to integrate
MBA MBCH 732 clear describe the demonstrate complexities their
O&G understanding of major theories, effective associated knowledge of
the concepts concepts, and application of with human resource
related to human research OB knowledge management management
behaviour in findings in the to diagnose and of human with domain
organizational fields of solve resources in perspective.
context. organizational organizational the
behavior. problems and organizations
develop optimal
managerial
decisions.
Students will demonstrate
strong conceptual
knowledge in the
functional area of ✓ ✓ ✓
management as well as
O&G domain
Students will demonstrate
effective understanding of
relevant functional
areas of business and ✓ ✓ ✓
their application in O&G
Students will demonstrate
analytical skills in
identification and
resolution of problems ✓ ✓
pertaining to O&G and
general management
Students will be able to
develop and evaluate
alternate managerial
decisions and identify ✓ ✓
optimal solutions
Students will demonstrate
effective application
capabilities of their

conceptual understanding ✓ ✓
to the real world business
situations
Students will be able to
exhibit effective decision
making skills, employing
analytical and critical- ✓ ✓ ✓
thinking ability
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Students will exhibit the
ability to integrate
functional areas of
management with domain
perspective for the ✓
purpose of planning,
implementation, and
control of O&G
Students will have global
perspective towards
business situations in the
area of O&G
Students will demonstrate
effective oral and written
communication skills in ✓ ✓ ✓
the professional context
Students will be able to
work effectively in teams
and demonstrate team
building capabilities ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Students will exhibit
leadership and
networking skills while
handling business
situations
Students will demonstrate
sensitivity towards ethical
and moral issues and have
ability to address them in ✓
the course of business
Students will demonstrate
employability traits in line
with the needs of
changing dynamics of the
industry
Students will exhibit
deployable skills pertinent
to the O&G sector

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Course Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Evaluation Continuous
Outcomes evaluation Evaluation Evaluation Evaluation Tool 4 Evaluation
for MBCH Tools Tool 1 Tool 2 Tool 3 Tool 5
732 Self-
Case Assignments Presentation Assessment/Discussion Tests
Studies

Students will demonstrate


a clear understanding of
the concepts related to
human behaviour in ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
organizational context.

Students will be able to


describe the major
theories, concepts, and
research findings in the ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
fields of organizational
behavior.
Students will be able to
demonstrate effective
application of OB ✓
knowledge to diagnose and
solve organizational
problems and develop the
managerial decisions.
Students will analyze the
complexities associated
with management of ✓ ✓
human resources in the
organizations

Students will be able to


integrate their knowledge
of human resource ✓
management with domain
perspective.

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C. COURSE OUTLINE

It has 4 modules which are as follows:


MODULE I: INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
 Meaning, Fundamental concepts, Characteristics & limitations of OB, Hawthorne Experiment,
Models of OB, Challenges & Opportunities of OB.
MODULE II: FOUNDATION OF INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOUR
 Personality and personal effectiveness: Personality – Concept, influence of personality on
behavior, Big five model, MBTI, Johari Window, factors affecting individual behaviour.
 Perceptions and Attributions: Process, factors affecting perception, attribution, perceptual and
attribution errors, managing perceptions.
 Learning in Organizations: Classical and operant conditioning, social learning, Behaviour
modification.
 Work Place Emotions and Attitudes: Emotions in the work place, emotional intelligence, Job
satisfaction, organizational commitment, Psychological contract.
 Motivation in the Workplace: Concept, Needs drives and employee motivation, Content and
process perspectives of motivation.
MODULE III: FOUNDATION OF GROUP BEHAVIOUR
 Groups and Teams: Foundations of group behavior, group dynamics, Managing and developing
effective teams.
 Conflict Management in the Work Place: Conflict management and resolution at work place,
 Leadership: Concept, Perspectives, Leadership development.
MODULE IV: UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES
 Organizational Culture: Elements and dimensions of organizational culture, Importance of
organizational culture in shaping the behavior of people.
 Organizational Change: Understanding the issues and managing change, Approaches to
organizational change.
D. PEDAGOGY
Interactive approach during the study. (Students are advised to prepare the topic as
per the schedule (Mentioned below) for discussion in the class in advance)
Work in small groups and personalized teaching. The whole class will be divided into
groups of 5 students each.
 Presentations
 Case Study
 Assignments
 Self-Assessment/ Discussions
 Final Test

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E. COURSE COMPLETION PLAN

Sessions: 2 (lectures of 1.5 hours each)

Total hours per week: 3 hours per week.

F. EVALUATION & GRADING

Description Weight age Schedule

1. Internal Assessment 50% Detailed Below

2. End term Exam 50% Academic Calendar

Internal Assessment: Marks 100 (shall be done based on the following 5 components):

a) Case studies: Each student will have to participate in the case study discussion. The
case studies are mentioned in the course plan. Students are required to read the case
study before attending the class and the group will have to submit the written analysis
of the case as per the following guidelines. For details kindly refer section L (30%
weightage)

The basic structure should be as follows:


a. A cover page with your name, the case name, the date, the course name and
number
b. 4-page maximum analysis that discusses the key strategic issue, alternatives,
recommendation, and implementation/action plan
c. 1-page financial analysis (in an appendix) whose results are included in the
analysis where necessary (but almost always in the recommendation and
implementation/action plan sections)
d. All work must be submitted in hard and soft copy as one integrated document
ready to be opened. Work submitted in multiple pieces will not be accepted.
Please upload soft copy on Black Board.

b) Assignments: Each student will have to submit the hard copy and upload a soft copy
of the assignment on Black Board. This project is based upon observation of principles
and concepts of OB in daily life of the students. The students would observe situations
in the classrooms, hostels, campus, within academic fraternity. Some students who
have prior working experience may also recall a situation in their previous organization.
The situations would be such that has OB implications, with clear identification of OB
variables. The students would then draft the situation in 8-15 pages and submit the
same as a project towards the 20th session. The project would be evaluated by the
faculty members with the following rubric:
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1. Relevance of the situation – 12 Marks
2. Implication of OB concepts – 12 Marks
3. Articulation – 6 marks
The project would not be evaluated if the plagiarism is more than 5%. (30% weightage)

c) Presentations: The presentations topics are mentioned in the course plan. Each group
(max 5 members) is required to present its presentation as per the schedule. Each
group is required to make two presentations (one topic and one case study). For details,
please refer section L. (20% weightage).

d) Self-Assessment/ Discussion – Each student is required to complete the self-


assessment exercise/ discussion for each of the online session (10% weightage).

e) Final test: Each individual shall have to appear for the final quiz. ( 10% weightage)

End -Sem Examination: 50% Weightage

End-Sem examination shall be of three hours duration. The examination paper shall have
objective & theory questions, short and case.

Passing Criterion: minimum 45% of the highest marks in the class

Student has to secure minimum 45% marks of the “highest marks in the class scored by
a student in that subject (in that class/group class)” individually in both the ‘End-
Semester examination’ and ‘Total Marks’ in order to pass in that paper.

Attendance

Students are required to have minimum attendance of 75% in each subject. Students with
less than said percentage shall NOT be allowed to appear in the end semester examination.

Cell Phones and other Electronic Communication Devices: Cell phones and other
electronic communication devices (such as Blackberries/Laptops) are not permitted in
classes during Tests or the Mid/Final Examination. Such devices MUST be turned off in
the class room.

E-Mail and LMS: Each student in the class should have an e-mail id and a pass word to
access the LMS system regularly. Regularly, important information – Date of conducting
class tests, guest lectures, syndicate sessions etc. to the class will be transmitted via e-
mail/LMS. The best way to arrange meetings with us or ask specific questions is by email
and prior appointment. All the assignments preferably should be uploaded on LMS. Various
research papers/reference material will be mailed/uploaded on LMS time to time.

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G. DETAILED SESSION PLAN

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR TOTAL SESSIONS 3


Session Topic References Pedagogy
1. Icebreaker, orientation and Introduction to Course Plan – Organizational
behaviour Discussions
F2F the Subject
Readings:
2. (R) Chapter 1 ( P 3 – 19) of Book Presentation&Discussions
Fundamental Concepts
F2F OB (by Newstrom,& Davis),11 Based on Readings
ed. TMH
Readings:
(R1) Chapter 2 ( P 27 – 42) of Book
3. Models, Challenges, Opportunities and
OB( by Newstrom,& Davis),11 ed. Self-Assessment exercise
Online Limitations of OB
TMH
(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
MODULE 2 : FOUNDATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOUR TOTAL SESSIONS 11
Readings:
4. Personality – Meaning, Determinants and (R1) Chapter 4 of Book Robbins, Self-Assessment exercise
Online Measurement Judge and Sanghi
(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
Readings:
(R) Personal Efficacy and
5. Personal Effectiveness - ( Johari Window) Presentation&Discussions
Effectiveness, Training Instruments
F2F Based on Readings
in HRD, Udai Pareek & OD, P (95-
103)
Perception – Concept, Perceptual Process, Readings:
6. Presentation &Discussion
Factors Influencing Perception and (R) Chapter 5 of Book Robbins,
F2F Based on Readings
Perceptual Process Judge & Sanghi.
New recruits’ Perfunctory
perceptions: The Manager’s
Presentation &Discussion
7. Attribution Theory, Impression Apathy (Case Study 1)
Based on Case Study and
F2F Management and Managerial Implication. Readings:
Readings
(R) Chapter 5 of Book Robbins,
Judge & Sanghi.
Readings:
Learning – Concept, Principles and
8. (R) Chapter 2 of Book Robbins,
Theories ( Classical, Operant and Social Self-Assessment exercise
Online Judge & Sanghi.
learning)
(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
Behaviour Modification and
Learning Systems at Chocó-
9. Delight Readings ( Case Study 2)
Behaviour Modification- Reinforcement Presentation &Discussion
F2F Readings: Based on Case Study
(R) Chapter 2 of Book Robbins,
Judge & Sanghi.
Readings:
10. Emotions at workplace: Meaning and (R) Chapter 5 ( P 169 – 181) of
Self-Assessment exercise
Online Management Book OB ( by Greenberg &
Barons),9th ed. PHI
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(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
Treadway Tire Company: Job
Dissatisfaction and High Turnover
11. Attitude - Meaning, Types ( JS, org at the Lima Plant (Case Study3) Presentation &Discussion
F2F commitment ,OCB) Formation and Change Readings: Based on Case Study and
(R) Chapter 3 of Book Robbins, Readings
Judge & Sanghi.
Readings:
12. Motivation - Basic Concepts, Importance, (R) Chapter 6 of Book Robbins,
Self-Assessment exercise
Online Determinants, Theories of Motivation Judge & Sanghi.
(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
Readings:
13. (R) Chapter 7 ( P 247 – 281) of Presentation&Discussions
Motivation in the workplace: Applications
F2F Book OB ( by Greenberg & Based on Readings
Barons),9th ed. PHI
Barbara Norris: leading Change in
the General Surgery Unit ( Case
Study4)
14. Presentation&Discussions
Employee Motivation – Applications Readings:
F2F Based on Case Study
R) Chapter 7 ( P 247 – 281) of Book
OB ( by Greenberg & Barons),9th
ed. PHI
MODULE 3: FOUNDATIONS OF GROUP BEHAVIOUR TOTAL SESSIONS 6
Readings:
15. Group - Concepts, Group Formation, (R) Chapter 9 of Book Robbins,
Self-Assessment exercise
Online Structure and Decision Making Judge & Sanghi.
(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
Internal competition: A curse for
Team Performance( Case Study 5)
16. Team – Concept, Team Building and Readings: Presentation&Discussions
F2F Effectiveness (R)The new science of building Based on Case Study
great teams (2012). Harvard
Business Review
Readings:
Leadership – Concept and Theoretical
17. (R) Chapter 12 of Book Robbins,
Frameworks( Trait, Behavioural and Self-Assessment exercise
Online Judge & Sanghi.
contingency)
(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
Readings:
(R1) Goleman, D. (2004) What
18. What makes a leader and leadership for Presentation&Discussions
makes a Leader
F2F results Based on Readings
(R2) Goleman, D. (2000) leadership
that gets results
Schneider Electric India:
Leadership Challenges ( Case
19. Study 6) Presentation&Discussions
Leadership Challenges Readings:
F2F Based case study
(R) Chapter 12 of Book Robbins,
Judge & Sanghi

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Dr. Amita Joshi at Samuel Drugs
Limited ( case Study 7)
(R1) Chapter 15 of Book Robbins, Presentation&Discussions
20. Conflict - Concept, Sources, Conflict
Judge & Sanghi. Based on Readings and case
F2F management and Resolution Techniques
(R2) Note on conflict management. study
Harvard Business Review

MODULE 4 - UNDERSTANDING ORAGANIZATIONS TOTAL SESSIONS 4


Readings:
(R) Note on Organizational culture
Organizational Culture – Concept, (2009) Stanford graduate school of
21. Presentation&Discussions
Functions of Culture, Creating and Business.
F2F Based on Readings
Sustaining Organizational Culture (R2) Chapter 17 of Book Robbins,
Judge & Sanghi.

22. ABC Energy Limited: Culture and Presentation&Discussions


Organizational culture - Application Formalization( Case Study 8)
F2F Based Case Study
Readings:
Organizational Change – Concept, Models,
(R1) Kotter, J.P. (2007).Leading
23. Resistance to Change and Change
Change Why transformation efforts Self-Assessment exercise
Online Management
fail. Harvard Business Review.
(R2) PPTs uploaded on Blackboard
24. Bank of Baroda: Leadership Presentation&Discussions
Organizational Change – Application
F2F Challenge ( Case Study 9) Based Case Study

Case Studies
S.No. Title Source Module No Session No.
New recruits’ Perfunctory perceptions: The Manager’s Will be provided
1. 2 7
Apathy by faculty
Behaviour Modification and Learning Systems at Will be provided
2. 2 9
Chocó-Delight Readings by faculty
Treadway Tire Company: Job Dissatisfaction and Will be provided
3. 2 11
High Turnover at the Lima Plant by faculty
Barbara Norris: leading Change in the General Will be provided
4. 2 13
Surgery Unit by faculty
5. Internal competition: A curse for Team Performance
Will be provided 2 16
by faculty
6. Schneider Electric India: Leadership Challenges Will be provided 3 19
by faculty
7. Dr. Amita Joshi at Samuel Drugs Limited
Will be provided 3 20
by faculty
8. ABC Energy Limited: Culture and Formalization
Will be provided 4 22
by faculty

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9. Bank of Baroda: Leadership Challenge ( Case Study)
Will be provided 4 24
by faculty
G Text Book:
1. Organizational Behaviour, Robbins, S.P., Judge, Sanghi, S.
H Additional Readings
1. Organizational behaviour, Fred Luthans., McGraw Hill international edition
2. Human behavior at work, John W. Newstrom & Keith Davis, TMH
3. Understanding Organizational Behaviour, Udai Pareek, Oxford press
4. Organizational Behaviour: A Strategic Approach, Hitt, Miller, & Colella, Wiley India
5. Organizational Behaviour, McShane, Glinow, & Sharma, R.R, TMH
I JOURNALS:
1. Business today
2. Indian management
3. Harvard business review
4. Human capital
J Web Sources:
Students will be informed as the course progresses upon specific topics available on
the worldwide web.
Scribd.com
Esnips.com
SSRN,papers.com
Google scholar.com
Citehr.com
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/dsj
http://urbanindia.nic.in/policies/TransportPolicy.pdf
http://www.igi-global.com/journal/international-journal-operations-research-
information/1141
www.elsevier.com
www.informs.org
www.or.pubs.informs.org
www.ssrn.com
wwws.org

Database: Ebsco

K. Instructions
a) All students will be divided in groups comprising of 3- 5 students in each.
b) Students are expected to read the concerned session’s contents in advance before
coming to the class.
c) The session will be made interactive through active participation from students. The
entire session will be conducted through question-answer, reflections, discussion,
current practices, examples, problem solving activities and presentations etc.
d) In the case study session, all students are expected to prepare their analysis and
answers/decisions in their respective groups.
e) All schedules/announcements must be strictly adhered to.
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f) The complete syllabus would be covered for final quiz and one must be thoroughly
prepared to appear for the test and strictly appear on given time.
g) Hard copies of case analysis/Assignment will be accepted and checked only after
checking plagiarism.
h) Late entry (Max. 5 minutes from the class timing) in the class will not be allowed.

L: Presentations and Case Analysis submission schedule


Sessio Presentation Schedule Case Analysis Submission schedule
n
Topic Case
Fundamental Treadway Tire Company: Job Barbara Norris: leading
concepts Dissatisfaction and High Turnover Change in the General
2.
Group 1 Nil at the Lima Plant Surgery Unit
Group
1 Last date - session 10 Last date - session 13
Personality Treadway Tire Company: Job Barbara Norris: leading
Group 2 Group Dissatisfaction and High Turnover Change in the General
5. at the Lima Plant Surgery Unit
Nil 2
Last date - session 10 Last date - session 13

Perception Barbara Norris: leading Change in Internal competition: A


6. Group 3 Group the General Surgery Unit curse for Team
Nil
3 Last date - session 13 Performance
Last date - session 15
Attribution Barbara Norris: leading Change in Internal competition: A
7. Group 4 Group the General Surgery Unit curse for Team
4 Last date - session 13 Performance
Last date - session 15
Learning Behaviour Internal competition: A curse for Schneider Electric
Group 5 Modification Group Team Performance India: Leadership
and Learning 5 Last date - session 15 Challenges
9.
Systems at Last date - session 18
Chocó-Delight
Readings
Group 1 & 2
Attitude Treadway Tire Internal competition: A curse for Schneider Electric
Company: Job Group Team Performance India: Leadership
Group 6 Dissatisfaction 6 Last date - session 15 Challenges
11.
and High Last date - session 18
Turnover at
the Lima Plant
Group 3 &4
Motivation – Schneider Electric India: Leadership Dr. Amita Joshi at
Concept and Group Challenges Samuel Drugs Limited
13.
Content Nil 7 Last date - session 18 Last date - session 19
Perspective
Group 7

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Barbara Schneider Electric India: Leadership Dr. Amita Joshi at
Motivation – Norris: Group Challenges Samuel Drugs Limited
Concept and leading 8 Last date - session 18 Last date - session 19
14.
process Change in the
Perspective General
Group 8 Surgery Unit
Group 5 & 6
Internal Dr. Amita Joshi at Samuel Drugs ABC Energy Limited:
competition: A Group Limited Culture and
Groups and
16. curse for 9 Last date - session 19 Formalization
Teams
Team Last date - session 21
Group 9
Performance)
Group 7 & 8
Leadership – Dr. Amita Joshi at Samuel Drugs ABC Energy Limited:
`18. What makes a Group Limited Culture and
Nil
leader 10 Last date - session 19 Formalization
Group 10 Last date - session 21
Schneider ABC Energy Limited: Culture and Bank of Baroda:
Leadership that Electric India: Group Formalization Leadership Challenge
19. gets results Leadership 11 Last date - session 21 Last date - session 23
Group 11 Challenges
Group 9 & 10
Dr. Amita ABC Energy Limited: Culture and Bank of Baroda:
Conflict & Joshi at Group Formalization Leadership Challenge
20. conflict Samuel Drugs 12 Last date - session 21 Last date - session 23
management Limited
Group 12 Group 11 &
12

Organizational Bank of Baroda: Leadership Behaviour Modification


Culture Group Challenge and Learning Systems at
21 Nil
Group 13 13 Chocó-Delight Readings
Last date - session 23 Last date - session 8
ABC Energy Bank of Baroda: Leadership Behaviour Modification
Creating and
Limited: Group Challenge and Learning Systems at
Sustaining
Culture and 14 Chocó-Delight Readings
22 Organizational Last date - session 23
Formalization Last date - session 8
Culture
Group 13 &
Group 14
14
Behaviour Modification and Treadway Tire
Bank of
Group Learning Systems at Chocó-Delight Company: Job
Organizational Baroda:
15 Readings Dissatisfaction and High
24. Change Leadership
Last date - session 8 Turnover at the Lima
Group 15 Challenge
Plant
Group 15 &
16
Last date - session 10
Behaviour Modification and Treadway Tire
Change
Group Learning Systems at Chocó-Delight Company: Job
25 Management
16 Readings Dissatisfaction and High
Group 16
Last date - session 8
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Turnover at the Lima
Plant

Last date - session 10

Assessment scheme

Presentation ( 20) Case Analysis Assignment SA/on.


F. Test Total
(30) Discus.
case Topic Analysis ( 30) (10) (100)
(10)
10 10
Group No
Case 15 15 30 10 10
Case No. 5 5 5 5 100
No (G) (G) (I) (I) (I)
(I) (G) (I) (G)

1 2 3 4
2 2 3 4
3 3 4 5
4 3 4 5
5 4 5 6
6 4 5 6
7 5 6 7
8 5 6 7
9 6 7 8
10 6 7 8
11 7 8 9
12 7 8 9
13 8 9 2
14 8 9 2
15 9 2 3
16 9 2 3

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