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Unformatted text preview: Course: Organizational Behaviour Credit hours: 3 NUST Business School Spring 2011 Tutor: Ms. Zunaira Saqib Objectives and Learning Outcomes Organization behaviour is about understanding workers’, and groups’ attitudes, behaviours, and experiences. This is a fascinating subject having number of important implications in today’s organization. It is now widely accepted that people are the key and the most important part of any organization. Understanding employees’ behaviours, values, attitudes and preferences can give any organization a competitive advantage. Unfortunately, misconceptions about how to manage people and run an organization abound. This course will provide a theoretical foundation that one can use to evaluate individuals, groups, organizational phenomena and managerial practices. By the end of this course students are expected to gain understanding of how people behave in organizations and how this knowledge can be used to increase an organization’s effectiveness....
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- Spring '11
- Psychology, Organizational studies and human resource management, Organizational studies, Group Presentations, Evaluation of Class Contribution