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Organization Behavior


ORG_BEH 301-CN : Organization Behavior


Description

Organizations are a part of our everyday lives. Whether at work, school, church etc., similar interpersonal and group behaviors and dynamics apply. The focus of this course is to examine several aspects of organizations from an integrated perspective, including how the formal organization, culture, people and work can all connect to transform inputs to outputs. Emphasis will be placed on understanding individual differences as the foundation of our interpersonal and managerial effectiveness. Case studies, classroom and online discussions, team assignments and presentations will all be part of the learning. At the end of the class, it is anticipated that students will have a better understanding of today's complex organizations and more equipped to navigate the workplace.

This course combines remote sessions with online components. For the lecture and discussion components, this course is paired with ORG BEH 311-CN. This course is part of the Business Leadership year one curriculum.


Winter 2021
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
01/11/21 - 03/20/21Sa
9 a.m. – noon 17
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Durkin, Thomas
Remote Campus
Open
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