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BA 2700 Organizational Behavior

Course Description: Organizational Behavior is a study of human behavior in organizational settings. It is a directed study in the business organization and behavior and motivation in groups. Theoretical and experiential study in productivity tasks, communication, environmental variables, power, leadership and development.

Textbook: Organizations-Behavior, Structure, Processes; Gibson, Ivancevich, Donnelly. Irwin.

Prerequisite: BA 2010 Principles of Management

Specific Concepts to Address:

  • Key Motivational Theories
  • Team-Based Performance
  • Leaders and Managers, Compare
  • Characteristics and Skills for 21st Century Leadership
  • Situational Leadership
  • Organizational Structures

Suggested Emphases:

  • Application of Situational Leadership Concepts
  • Synthesis of models, alignment issues, customer needs and organizational structure

Helpful Documentation:

  • Current Resume
  • Job Description
  • Recent performance evaluation(s) with appropriate signatures
  • Letter from immediate supervisor documenting your involvement in related issues
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