BU 3420 - Organizational Behavior
An analysis of human work behavior at the individual, interpersonal, team and organizational levels. Emphasis is on the development of interpersonal competencies to allow individuals to effectively work as managers or professionals in the rapidly changing, team-oriented, culturally diverse and technologically integrated global climate facing modern organizations. Includes topics such as personality and attitudes, perception and attribution, motivation, communication, work stress, group and team dynamics, leadership, decision making, quality, ethics, job and organization design, conflict management, organizational culture and politics, and organizational change. Varied classroom approaches include lectures, cases, team projects, presentations and other experiential training techniques. Falls and Springs. (DICO)
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.