171Syllabus - Introduction to Macro-Organizational Behavior...

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Introduction to Macro-Organizational Behavior and Analysis ILR OB 171 (1710) Taught by: Professor Samuel Bacharach Professor William Sonnenstuhl Teaching Assistants: George Kandathil <[email protected]> Sharon Kim <[email protected]> Sangchan Park <[email protected]> Kelly Patterson <[email protected]> Robert Towcimak <[email protected]> Technical Crew: In Ithaca Laura Robinson, Director of Technology Services Jeff Bishop, Associate Director of Technology Services Jason Kenyon - Lead Distance Learning Technician Jennifer Woodward - Distance Learning and Audio Visual Specialist Dustin Weber - Desktop Services Technician Steve Staiger - Desktop Services Technician Lorrie Tily - Network Administrator Michael Radzik - Network Administrator Colleen Clauson - Helpdesk / Desktop Services Supervisor In New York City: David Yantorno, Technology Coordinator REQUIRED READINGS The majority of the readings for this course are available on the class website. Before you can access them, you must be registered for the course. Please make sure that you are registered. You will need to purchase the following books, which are available in the bookstore. Samuel Bacharach. (2005) Get Them on Your Side: Platinum Press. William Sonnenstuhl (1996) Working Sober: The Transformation of an Occupational Drinking Culture , ILR Press/Cornell University Press: Ithaca, New York. ASSIGNMENTS: There will be two (2) exams in the course. The mid-term exam will be a short essay- examination and will cover the material outlined on the attached syllabus. The final 1
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exam will be a multiple-choice examination and will be cumulative, covering all of the material on the syllabus. There will be NO make-up examinations so please plan accordingly. Please note that you are required to attend your assigned sections and participate in the discussions. Your TA will take attendance and it will be reflected in your grade. If you cannot attend a section, please let your TA know ahead of time. If you are absent because of an illness, please let him/her know. He/she may require a slip from your doctor. GRADING: Mid-term exam …………………………………………………………. 45% Final exam ……………………………………………………………… 45% Participation in section: …………………………………………………. 10% SOME HELPFUL HINTS FOR DOING WELL : Do ask your TA for assistance. If you have problems, his/her job is to help you. Do attend sections as required Do complete all reading assignments before the lecture Do come to lectures Do take your own notes in class. You will get the most out of lectures and your sections if you write things down. Writing them helps you remember correctly later. Do ask questions in lecture and section Do answer questions raised in lecture and section.
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