hcs370 | undergraduate

Organizational Behavior

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This course focuses on the dynamics of individual and group behaviors and processes that impact and shape organizations. Topics will include organizational theories, decision making, group dynamics, change and conflict negotiation, and organizational culture and design.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Principles of Organizational Behavior

    • Define organizational behavior.
    • Identify the impact and application of organizational behavior.

    Impact of Individuals in Organizations

    • Explain the impact of diversity on an organization.
    • Explain the impact of employee motivation strategies on job satisfaction and job performance.

    Impact of Group and Team Dynamics

    • Describe the role groups and teams play within an organization.
    • Describe strategies that can be used to guide employees through phases of team development.

    Organizational Culture

    • Explain the impact of organizational structure.
    • Discuss communication methods used to support organizational culture.

    Organizational Change

    • Explain internal and external influences that cause change on organizational behavior and culture.
    • Identify strategies that can be used for leading change in organizations.
    • Explain the importance of continuing education as it supports organizational change.
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