mgt312 | undergraduate
Organizational Behavior For Managers
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Individuals in Organizations
- Discuss the methods organizations use to manage diversity.
- Evaluate how organizational commitment, employee engagement, and job satisfaction can increase job performance.
- Describe how personality type can influence job performance.
Perceptions in the Workplace
- Discuss goal-settingâs effects on motivation.
- Discuss how leadership creates an organizational climate that fosters positive organizational behavior.
- Analyze the various types of process and content theories of motivation.
- Discuss the group development process.
- Discuss social loafingâs effect on a team.
- Evaluate the five bases of power.
- Describe the relationship between the Human Resources functions and organizational development.
- Discuss how socialization and mentoring are used to embed organizational culture.
- Discuss the contingency approachâs six strategies to overcoming resistance.
The New World of Business
- Describe how understanding Organizational Behavior can enhance job performance.
- Describe the consequences of unethical behavior.
- Explain how Organizational Behavior can facilitate decision-making and problem-solving.
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