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Introduction to e-Leadership

Introduction to e-Leadership

  • Class 20
  • Practice 20
  • Independent work 0
Total 40

Course title

Introduction to e-Leadership

Lecture type

Obligatory

ECTS

3

Lecturers and Associates

The course aims

This preparatory module is designed to introduce students to the Algebra eLeadership MBA concept and program, and various areas of its setup, delivery and administration such as MBA business culture, rules and regulations, calendar, logistics, infrastructure etc. The objective is also to motivate them to discover, understand, enhance and utilize their own and theirs’ team unique talents and leadership skills by recognizing ethical, social, cultural and environmental values. They will also be able to extend understanding of rational decision-making needed to lead successfully an organization and team through not only starting-up a business project, but also through disruptive transformation, often initiated by digital technology.

Content

L1 MBA Code of Conduct L2 Concept of e-Leadership L3 Rationale for the Program L4 Program Learning Outcomes L5 Experiential and case teaching L6 Program Content L7 Faculty and teaching styles L8 Evaluation process L9 Calendar and time management L10 Resources, tools, management and stakeholders S1 Criticality of collegiality, values and ethics S2 e-Leadership competences and skills (Teams) S3 Start-up Business Project Introduction S4 Efficient Team Development S5 MBTI S6 Design Thinking S7 Excel primer S8 Personal Development Plan (PDP) S9 Providing and getting feedback S10 Infoeduka

Literature

Bruce L. Jaffee, Keith G. Dayton (2019): MBA Requirements and Value, (script)

Supplementary literature

Goleman, D. (2000). Leadership that gets results. Harvard business review, 78(2), 4-17
Hogan, R., and Kaiser, R. B. (2005). What we know about leadership. Review of general psychology, 9(2), 169

Minimum learning outcomes

  • Explain eLeadership concept, internal structure and the way of execution of the e-leadership MBA Program.
  • Explain the fundamental norms, relationships, values and tools on which the programme and its organization are based.
  • Self-evaluate leadership skills necessary for successful participation in the program and career development.

Preferred learning outcomes

  • Critically evaluate eLeadership concept, internal structure and the way of execution of the e-leadership MBA Program.
  • Critically evaluate the fundamental norms, relationships, values and tools on which the programme and its organization are based.
  • Apply leadership skills necessary for successful participation in the program and career development.