4151Fall2010syllabus-1

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fgfgfgf GENERAL INFORMATION Instructor: Prof. Eric Cartaya Phone: (305) 919-3403 Office: AC 2 130 A (BBC) Office Hours: Online and After Class E-mail: [email protected] All students must use Web CT as the primary email channel for this class. I cannot guarantee receipt and reply if Webmail is used fgfgfgf OFFICE HOURS Appointments can be made by contacting me through Web CT Course mail. fgfgfgf COURSE OBJECTIVES In this course, students will be exposed to: The fundamentals and current issues of organizational behavior, including cultural differences across all types of organizations, the importance of personality, social traits, differences in perception, motivation, job design, groups and teams and the antecedents and characteristics that lead to high performance The role of leadership in management, power and politics. The communication and information processes, including proper communication techniques and active listening. The decision-making process, conflict resolution, including negotiation skills, and change management both within and outside the organization fgfgfgf TEXTBOOK
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Organizational Behavior: 10th Edition John Schermerhorn, James G. Hunt, Richard N. Osborn fgfgfgf COURSE PREREQUISITES There are no prerequisites for this course. For more information about prerequisites, click here . fgfgfgf GRADING Course Requirements Weights Exam (3 at 20% each) 60% Case Study Paper 20% Other Assignments (Posts, Articles, etc.) 20% Total 100% Letter Grade Range Letter Grade Range Letter Grade Range A above 93 B- 80 - 82 D+ 67 - 69 A- 90 - 92 C+ 77 - 79 D 63 - 66 B+ 87 - 89 C 73 - 76 D- 60 - 62 B 83 - 86 C- 70 - 72 F <59 fgfgfgf EXAMS 3 Essay Exams will be administered throughout the semester based on classroom discussions and relevant material form the text and other sources. fgfgfgf CASE STUDY PAPER Students will choose a chapter/case study from the book to be decided on the first day of class. o Each student will write a 3 page paper
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