Asian Values and Managerial Practices
亜洲價値觀與管理實務
2019-20 Sem A
2019-20 Sem B
1 - Arts and Humanities
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Asian and International Studies
3
B2
40%
No
CTL3544 or AIS3544
English
English
PILO 1
PILO 2
PILO 3
PILO 4
PILO 5
PILO 6
PILO 7
PILO 8
PILO 9
PILO 10
ATTITUDE
ABILITY
ACCOMPLISHMENT

The main focus of the course is intended to look at how different cultural/societal backgrounds and values influence the managerial practices in the Asian Context. The course takes multi-disciplinary and comparative approaches, by exploring the development of management systems and practices through historical, political, and cultural/societal perspectives, and by comparing the similarities and differences between Asian societies. In this course, audio teaching materials will be used to help students towards a better understanding on particular concepts/theories. Students will be given chances to search on the Internet to find updated information on the taught topics; other learning activities such as guest seminars, evaluation of selected texts and a group project and presentation are also included to facilitate interactive and self-discovery learning.

CRN Section Term Type Capacity Day Time Building Room Instructor
15817 15817CA1 2019-20 Sem A Lecture 100 Mon 13:00:00 - 14:50:00 YEUNG LT-13
  • Dr. CHONG Pui Man Melody
  • 18007 18007CE2 2019-20 Sem A Lecture 20 Mon 13:00:00 - 14:50:00 YEUNG LT-13
  • Dr. CHONG Pui Man Melody
  • 15817 15817CA1 2019-20 Sem A Lecture 100 Mon 18:00:00 - 18:50:00 YEUNG LT-13
  • Dr. CHONG Pui Man Melody
  • 18007 18007CE2 2019-20 Sem A Lecture 20 Mon 18:00:00 - 18:50:00 YEUNG LT-13
  • Dr. CHONG Pui Man Melody
  • 17728 17728CE2 2019-20 Sem B Lecture 10 Thu 12:00:00 - 14:50:00 YEUNG LT-10
  • Dr. CHONG Pui Man Melody
  • 16565 16565CA1 2019-20 Sem B Lecture 100 Thu 12:00:00 - 14:50:00 YEUNG LT-10
  • Dr. CHONG Pui Man Melody