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Instructions to candidates:
allowed: Three hours (plus an extra ten minutes’ reading time at the start – do
not write anything during this time)
examination paper consists of TWO parts
A comprises of FOUR compulsory
short answer questions and is worth 40% of the final mark. It is recommended that you spend approximately ONE
HOUR on Part A
B comprises of THREE compulsory
questions and is related to the pre-issued case study that you will have
analysed before entering the examination room. This part is worth 60% of the final mark. It is recommended that you
spend approximately TWO HOURS on Part B, which includes planning and checking
Please note that your answers to Part B should be analytical rather than purely
descriptive. Purely descriptive type answers will attract few marks
f) Candidates are allowed to take up to two pages (four sides) of A4
notes related to the pre-issued case study into the examination room. These
notes should be handed in and securely attached to your answer script at the
end of the examination period
Marks awarded for each question are shown in [ ]
Note to candidates: Answer ALL questions in this section (40%).
Evaluate what is meant by the term ‘organisational
Explore the key approaches that managers could use to make their firms a ‘learning
Examine the key attributes required to be a ‘transformational leader’. 
Analyse briefly the THREE key dimensions of teamwork and why these are so vital
Note to candidates: Answer ALL questions in this section (60%).
These questions relate to the pre-issued case study.
of the change management team’s recommendations is to negotiate with the departmental
managers. This approach is thought to be a way of resolving conflict and to achieve
the deadline. Examine what you would consider to be the ‘golden rules’ for
effective negotiation that could be used. 
the deadline to be achieved, better co-ordination between departments is
essential. The management, therefore, strongly suggest that better delegation
is required if departments are going to work together more efficiently. Examine
at least FOUR factors in delegation that could be used in this case. 
of the staff are new to RPH and enabling teams to address major change is
always likely to be a challenge. Examine a relevant model that could be used
with newly restructured teams to enable them to quickly establish a sense of
team cohesion for the tasks that have to be performed.