This is an individual task, requiring you to address all questions in a clear manner (numbered), giving supporting, relevant examples wherever possible.

Task • This is an individual task, requiring you to address all questions in a clear manner (numbered), giving supporting, relevant examples wherever possible. • The task focuses on areas studied to date, requiring you to show knowledge and application in the parts stated. • You should upload a single, correctly formatted document which may also include any relevant tables and diagrams • Label your answers with the corresponding number Questions: 1. Explain how decision-making is a system, including the inter-relationship between managing, organizing and people. 2. Identify and describe the major functions of managing people (HRM). 3. Many managers view leadership as the most important, and yet most challenging aspect, of management. Why would this be so? 4. Whilst Maslow’s hierarchy of needs can be criticised for over-simplicity, its impact on perceptions of how to motivate was far reaching. Explain this, focusing on the impact of motivational levels Formalities: • Wordcount: 1000-1400 (250-350 per question) • Cover, Table of Contents, References and Appendix are excluded from the total wordcount. • Font: Arial 12,5 pts. • Harvard style in-text citations and bibliography Submission: Week 8 – Via Moodle (Turnitin). Sunday, July 18th by 23.59 CEST Weight: This task is a 60% of your total grade for this subject. It assesses the following learning outcomes: • Describe the decision-making process and its implications • Describe the importance of HRM and its consequences for an organization’s performance • Determine the impact of leadership styles on an organization effectiveness and efficiency • Illustrate the importance of Organizational culture, team management, motivation, and leadership. Rubrics: It is understood that the rubrics apply to Management knowledge, application and evaluation at this level of study Excellent 90-100% Good 80-89% Fair 70-79% Marginal fail 60-69% Fail <60% Knowledge (30%) Demonstrates excellent knowledge and understanding of management concepts introduced. Demonstrates good knowledge and understanding of management key concepts introduced. Demonstrates a satisfactory level of knowledge and understanding of management concepts introduced. Demonstrates limited knowledge and understanding of management concepts introduced. Demonstrates extremely poor knowledge and understanding of the key management concepts introduced Application (30%) Analytical tools studied are applied very well and relevant insight is drawn from them. Analytical tools studied are applied well and some relevant insight is drawn from them. Analytical tools studied are applied quite well although there may be some minor misunderstandings. Fairly relevant insight is drawn. Some misunderstandings are be in evidence for one or two tools. Limited insight drawn from analysis. There is almost no attempt to apply tools Evaluation (30%) There is excellent evidence of evaluation and justification of concepts and tools There is good evidence of evaluations of and justification of concepts and tools. There is some evidence of evaluation and justification of concepts and tools. There is little evidence of evaluation and justification of concepts and tools. There is virtually no evidence of evaluation and justification of concepts and tools. Communication (10%) The management report is communicated extremely coherently, and referencing is accurate throughout The management report is communicated clearly, and referencing is accurate but there are some issues in terms of spelling and structure The management report communicates the ideas in a mostly coherent way but there are some errors and some errors in referencing which are not accurate The management report is understandable but is communicated poorly and referencing is inaccurate The management report is extremely poor in terms of referencing (inaccurate or absent) and tends to be incoherent or insufficient (length) in terms of conveying ideas