CMBA 5844: Organizational Behavior

3 Credits

Course's main purpose is to prepare you to successfully engage and lead people to achieve organizational goals. Effective managers must not only develop winning strategies, but they must also implement them. Doing so requires a thorough understanding of organizational behavior. Broadly speaking, organizational behavior is the systematic study of how people behave in organizational settings. This course is designed to develop your understanding of the complexity of orgs and how they affect behavior, build your self-knowledge and people-leadership skills, and help you learn and apply appropriate tactics and tools to improve organizational functioning and facilitate personal career success. Course topics include: organizational (e.g. structure and culture), interpersonal (e.g. power and influence, social networks, conflict), and individual (e.g. decision making, motivation) aspects of organizational behavior.

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