Category Archives: Examination

A further list of discussion questions

During the past year I developed more discussion questions that could be used during the classes or in the examinations. Some of the questions have been adopted from Fiona Wilson (2013) Organizational Behaviour and Work. A Critical Introduction. Oxford University … Continue reading

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Gender aspect is missing…

I am currently grading exam papers and just finalised reading through the answers to the first question: “Management is defined in terms of a thinking approach not a feeling approach. Discuss!” Honestly, I feel a bit devastated from reading what … Continue reading

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Currently grading exam papers…

I am currently grading exam papers from my past OB course. One of the questions that I asked during the exam was the following: Refer to a particular job or profession and a) explain how and to what extent it … Continue reading

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What to ask in Critical OB Exams?

Today, I want to introduce you to the questions that I use during the my OB examinations. Currently it is a four-hour written examination. In addition to that it is a so-called open book examination, meaning that the student were … Continue reading

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