- Distinguish similarities and differences between historical and contemporary theories of leadership, management, and their alternatives.
- Examine the role of a leader versus a manager within organizational teams and workgroups.
- Evaluate leadership, management, and followership behaviors associated with successful and failed organizational change initiatives.
- Analyze the leadership/influencing role of the Industrial/Organizational (I/O) consultant in a variety of settings within large and small organizations.
- Critique the effectiveness of leadership and management development programs in a variety of workplace settings.
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