The objective of this course is to develop an understanding of organizational behavior (OB) concepts, and of human behavior and its influence on groups and organizations.
Purpose: The purpose of this course is to provide students with a solid understanding of human behavior in organization. Thus, upon the completion of this course, students will possess knowledge and skills in the context of managing human behavior in organizations effectively.
Course Credits: 3
Prerequisites: MNGT 3310 Management Concepts and Organizational Theory
Student Learning Outcomes
- Students will learn "what to do to be an effective manager" and how to develop the right strategies.
- Students will be able to apply behavioral and management skills within complex, dynamic organizational and external environments.
- Students will be able to demonstrate a realistic, relevant, ethical, sometimes intuitive but often counterintuitive, and complete view of people working in organizations around the world.
- Students will be able to identify theories, research results, and applications that apply in worldwide organizations.
- Students will recognize the difference between successful (socially and politically skilled) and effective (traditional, detail oriented) managers requires an understanding of theory, research, and practice.