OBHR 330 - ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR(OBHR330 SPRING 2010 SECTION 4 RAWLS 1086 INSTRUCTOR OFFICE OFFICE HOURS TELEPHONE E-MAIL Kelly Schwind Wilson

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (OBHR330) SPRING 2010 SECTION 4 RAWLS 1086 INSTRUCTOR: Kelly Schwind Wilson, Ph.D. OFFICE: 371 Krannert OFFICE HOURS: T 9:15-10:15am; or by appointment TELEPHONE: 496-1368 E-MAIL: [email protected] CLASS MEETING TIMES: T/TH, 10:30-11:45 (SECT. 4) TEXTBOOK: Colquitt, Jason A.; LePine, Jeffrey A.; Wesson, Michael J. (2009). Organizational Behavior: Improving Performance and Commitment in the Workplace . Irwin/McGraw Hill Publishing. ISBN#:0073530086 *You CANNOT pass this course without reading the required textbook. It is strongly recommended that you do one of the following: buy the textbook (there are used copies floating around), share the textbook with someone, or checkout one of the textbooks on reserve in the Management & Economics Library (see note below). * Note THREE copies of the textbook are available at the undergraduate library to check out. There are over 300 students taking this course this semester, thus these copies will be in high demand. Plan accordingly. WEB ACCESS TO COURSE INFORMATION AND POWERPOINT SLIDES*: To access course information go to: https://webapps.krannert.purdue.edu/kap/ *PowerPoint slides for each class will be made available by 6PM the day before class. IN CASE OF A CAMPUS EMERGENCY: In the event of a major campus emergency, course requirements, deadlines and grading percentages are subject to changes that may be necessitated by a revised semester calendar or other circumstances. Here are ways to get information about changes in this course: Katalyst webpage and my email address: [email protected] COURSE OBJECTIVES: Organizational behavior is the interdisciplinary field dedicated to understanding and managing people at work. This course seeks to accomplish three primary objectives. First, this course is designed to introduce you to the basic principles and concepts of organizational behavior. Second, this course will introduce you to the problems involved in managing people in organizations by examining issues relating to the interaction between human beings and the organizational context within which they work. Third, this course seeks to help you gain a better understanding of your own organizational behavior, both as a member and as a leader. SEATING CHART: One of my personal goals for this course is to learn as many of the students’ names as possible. First, on the third day of class (the same day group membership is assigned), students will determine their PERMANENT seat for the semester. Students will be required to sit in this seat each class. In addition, I will pass out a seating chart for students to fill in their names. Finally, students will be required to bring a NAME plate with them to each class (we will make these “plates” in class). PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course OBHR 330 taught by Professor Ericalanthony during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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OBHR 330 - ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR(OBHR330 SPRING 2010 SECTION 4 RAWLS 1086 INSTRUCTOR OFFICE OFFICE HOURS TELEPHONE E-MAIL Kelly Schwind Wilson

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