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Lecture 21 The End

Lecture 21 The End - The End December 3 2008 Overview...

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The End December 3, 2008
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Overview General themes Go over the final exam. Tearful goodbyes
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Since the Midterm Diversity in Organizations Organizational Culture Social Networks Organizations and their Environment Organizational Change Managing Across Cultures
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Levels of analysis and key questions Individual level (Prior to the midterm) What are the personality traits (e.g. Big 5) and cognitive processes (e.g. heuristics and biases) that predict why some people perform better than others. P X S framework. Group Level How diversity effect group performance? What are the different types of diversity (e.g. surface vs. deep) and what effects do they have? Dyadic level How are social networks structured? How are people constrained by their network positions? What are the factors that predict who will form ties to each-other and why?
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Levels of Analysis (cont.) Organizational Level What is organizational culture and why functions does it serve (e.g. uncertainty reduction).
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