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Management B23 Managing People in Organizations Dr. David Zweig
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Today’s Class Course Outline Expectations Personal Information Sheets Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
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What is Organizational Behaviour?
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What is OB? The field specializing in the study of human behaviour in organizations studied at three levels. ..
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Group Processes (e.g., communication) Individual Processes (e.g., motivation) Organizational Processes
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Unformatted text preview: (e.g., structure) Elements of Organizational Behaviour Industrial Psychology Experimental Psychology Clinical Psychology Social Psychology Sociology Political Science Economics Anthropology Micro Level Macro Level The Contingency Approach to Organizational Behaviour Individual Factors Situational Factors Environmental Context Factors Why Study OB?...
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