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Kursplan:

Organisatoriskt ledarskapande, 7,5 hp

Engelskt namn: Organizational Leadership Development

Denna kursplan gäller: 2012-08-13 till 2012-08-19 (nyare version av kursplanen finns)

Kurskod: 2PE102

Högskolepoäng: 7,5

Utbildningsnivå: Grundnivå

Huvudområden och successiv fördjupning: Pedagogik: Grundnivå, har mindre än 60 hp kurs/er på grundnivå som förkunskapskrav

Betygsskala: För denna kurs ges betygen VG Väl godkänd, G Godkänd, U Underkänd

Ansvarig institution: Pedagogiska institutionen

Beslutad av: Pedagogiska institutionen, 2010-09-10

Reviderad av: Pedagogiska institutionen, 2012-06-14

Innehåll

Education is a scientific discipline where knowledge is created about the processes through which the human being is formed and about the changes in social, cultural and historical circumstances in which these processes are embedded. The pedagogical field deals with, for example, different aspects of upbringing, education, learning, teaching and other processes. Questions, for example, can be raised regarding how and why certain values, knowledge and skills arise, how and why they are maintained, and how they vary within and between generations, groups and individuals.

The course addresses leadership and leadership development as processes directed towards organisational development, professional development, group development, personal development and identity formation and how to manage and support such processes. Leadership development is analyzed and discussed from different perspectives using the different logics of the most prominent leadership theories. A specific focus is directed towards the Human Resources´ role when building leadership capacity in organisations. Leadership development is also investigated from a diversity perspective. English as a business language in many modern organizations is emphasized and discussed in the course.

Förväntade studieresultat

After the course the students should have acquired competence to

Knowledge and understanding
- describe and understand concepts and theories that are central to leadership and leadership development
- describe and understand diversity theories in relation to leadership and leadership development
- show an understanding of the usage of English as a business language in modern organizations

Skills and ability
- problematize diversity aspects of leadership and leadership development
- understand and problematize different leader roles in organizations and how the Human Resource function can support leadership development
- apply relevant theories and critically examine leadership processes in a case work and propose theoretically grounded change strategies
- communicate the course contents in English both orally and in written papers

Values and attitudes
- reflect on their own understandings and experiences of leadership and leader development
- make ethical evaluations of leadership aspects on the organizational-, group- and individual level

Behörighetskrav

30 hp valfria kurser.

Undervisningens upplägg

The teaching is organised through lectures, literature seminars and group-based case work. The seminars are compulsory. The teaching activities, including course specific information and communication with students, will partly be carried out with support from information and communication technology (ICT. The course is given in English.

Examination

The expected learning outcomes are examined though both written and oral examination assignments performed in English. The examination is both continual (literature seminars and case work) and final (written exam). The expected learning outcome Knowledge and understanding is examined in the literature seminars and the final written exam. The other learning outcomes are examined in the case work and the final exam. The course is graded using three grades: Pass with distinction, Pass and Fail. The seminars and casework is graded using the grades Pass and Fail. The final written home exam is graded using the three grades. All compulsory assignments must have received the grade pass in order to get the course grade Pass. In order to have the course grade Pass with distinction all assignments must have received the grade pass and the final home exam must have been graded with Pass with distinction.

The course work is examined at an ordinary examination and a scheduled re-sit examination in close connection to the course. A third examination opportunity is offered within a year from the ordinary examination. Participation in the third re-sit examination requires a notification to the study counselor. Students who receive the grade Fail at the third examination are requested to assign to the examinations the next time the course is given. Reexaminations based on the same curriculum are guaranteed within two years after the first course registration. A student has the right to change examiner for a course based on a written request to the head of department after two failures in the same course or part of a course.


ACADEMIC CREDIT TRANSFER
Earlier studies that correspond to the course contents may require credit transfer. The review is individual. For more information, contact the study counselor.

Litteratur

  • Giltig från: 2013 vecka 17

    Creating Leaders or Loyalists? Conflicting identities in a leadership development
    Carden Lila L., Callahan Jamie L.
    Human Resource Development International (2007), 10(2), pp. 169-186 :
    Obligatorisk

    Day David V.
    Leadership Development: a review in context
    The Leadership Quarterly (2000), 11(4), pp. 581-613. :
    Obligatorisk

    Questioning the Notion of Feminine Leadership: a critical perspective on the gender labeling of leadership
    Due Billing Yvonne, Alvesson Mats
    Gender, Work and Organization (2000), 7(3), pp. 144-157. :
    Obligatorisk

    Garavan Thomas N.
    A Strategic Perspective on Human Resources Development
    Advances on Human Resource Development (2007), 9(1), pp. 11-30. :
    Obligatorisk

    Leadership in Teams: A functional approach to understanding leadership structures and processes
    Morgeson Frederick P., DeRue D. Scott, Karam Elizabeth P.
    Journal of Management (2010), 3(1), pp. 5-39. :
    Obligatorisk

    Rogerson-Revell Pamela
    Using English for International Business: a European case study
    English for Specific Purposes, 26(1), pp. 103-120 : 2007 :
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0889490606000020
    Obligatorisk

    Shortland Sue
    Feedback within Observation: continuing professional development and unexpected consequences
    Innovations in Education and Teaching International (2010), 47(3), pp. 295-304. :
    Obligatorisk

    Northouse Peter Guy
    Leadership: Theory and Practice
    7. ed. Sage Publications Ltd, ISBN-13: 978-1483317533 ISBN-10: 1483317536 : 2015 :
    Obligatorisk

  • Giltig från: 2012 vecka 33

    Creating Leaders or Loyalists? Conflicting identities in a leadership development
    Carden Lila L., Callahan Jamie L.
    Human Resource Development International (2007), 10(2), pp. 169-186 :
    Obligatorisk

    Day David V.
    Leadership Development: a review in context
    The Leadership Quarterly (2000), 11(4), pp. 581-613. :
    Obligatorisk

    Questioning the Notion of Feminine Leadership: a critical perspective on the gender labeling of leadership
    Due Billing Yvonne, Alvesson Mats
    Gender, Work and Organization (2000), 7(3), pp. 144-157. :
    Obligatorisk

    Garavan Thomas N.
    A Strategic Perspective on Human Resources Development
    Advances on Human Resource Development (2007), 9(1), pp. 11-30. :
    Obligatorisk

    Leadership in Teams: A functional approach to understanding leadership structures and processes
    Morgeson Frederick P., DeRue D. Scott, Karam Elizabeth P.
    Journal of Management (2010), 3(1), pp. 5-39. :
    Obligatorisk

    Northouse Peter Guy.
    Leadership : theory and practice
    5. ed. : Thousand Oaks : Sage : cop. 2010 : xvi, 435 s. :
    ISBN: 978-1-4129-7488-2 (pbk.)
    Obligatorisk
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    Rogerson-Revell Pamela
    Using English for International Business: a European case study
    English for Specific Purposes, 26(1), pp. 103-120 : 2007 :
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0889490606000020
    Obligatorisk

    Shortland Sue
    Feedback within Observation: continuing professional development and unexpected consequences
    Innovations in Education and Teaching International (2010), 47(3), pp. 295-304. :
    Obligatorisk