MGMT 3042: Organizational Behavior: Groups and Teams

2 Credits

The purpose of this course is to understand both the impact and experience of the individual, leaders, and teams in an organizational setting. We will discuss the influence that individual differences and behaviors play within work teams, and how leadership may shape team experiences, focusing on the team as the key factor through which organizations function and grow. An employer’s success is largely attributable to the motivation and performance of those they employ. The factors that influence group, team, and organizational performance will be the focus of this class. We will explore topics such as communication, conflict, negotiation, leadership, organizational structure and change, among others. Each topic covered will enrich our understanding of the complex relationship between the individual, team, and the organization. Recommended prerequisite: HRIR 3021. Prior, the course's designator was: HRIR 3042.

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