BUS 301 — Organizational Behavior
Organizations are made up of human beings with frequently different agendas. How can an organization reach its goals if policies and procedures don’t keep people ‘in line’? This course studies human behavior in organizations with respect to enhancing individual and organizational effectiveness. The emphasis is on the application of behavioral science research in such areas as leadership, individual teamwork, work teams, motivation, communication, conflict resolution, decisionmaking, and organizational change. Experiential exercises and a team project help connect theory and practice.
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