This course in organizational behavior encompasses the study of individual and group behavior in organizational settings. Emphasis is placed on strategic elements of organizational behavior, workforce diversity, managing change, effective communication, and performance systems. A comprehensive review of these processes, as well as others, will allow students to examine their role in organizations.
Compare and contrast the dimensions of behavior as outlined in the DISC® profile.
Apply the elements of communication to managing organizational behavior.
Group Dynamics and Processes
Examine the importance of workplace diversity in an organization.
Evaluate motivation theories and organizational behavior.
Explain the differences between a group and a team.
Analyze conflict management strategies.
Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior and Ethics
Describe observable and non-observable aspects of organizational culture.
Analyze internal and external forces impacting organizational behavior.
Explain key concepts and terminology related to organizational behavior.
Organizational Characteristics and Processes
Describe the characteristics of High Performance Workplaces and Organizations.
Compile strategies for managing stress in the workplace.
Analyze management and leadership practices that impact organizations.
Compare and contrast power and politics in organizations.
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