MBA 6111: Organizational Behavior

2 CreditsOnline Available

Organizational behavior offers a framework for the systematic study of how people behave in organizational settings and involves individual, group, and organizational characteristics that affect people and their behavior at work. In this course we consider how individual workers respond to their job and organization (attitudes and motivation), interpersonal processes and how to make them more effective (decision making, conflict management, teamwork), and the role organizational culture in shaping individual and group behavior. Topics come together as we consider how to effectively lead organizational change. Prior to Fall 2022 the course number was MBA 6110. Prior to Spring 2023 the course name was Leading Others.

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