Mgmt3614OBWk1C1Introduction[1]_1

Mgmt3614OBWk1C1Introduction[1]_1 - OrganizationalBehavior

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Organizational Behavior Week 1: Setting the Global  Stage—Introduction to OB  
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2 Welcome to Mgmt 3614 OB Office Hours M 11:00-12:00, W 4:00-5:00 Hayward Campus VBT 422;  510-885-4517   Textbook The textbook is REQUIRED.  Contents will be  used for every class and familiarity is required  to achieve a reasonable grade in the class. “Organizational Behavior: An Experiential  Approach 8 th Turner ( 2007).
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3 Welcome to Mgmt 3614 OB Organization of the textbook Objectives  (midterm/final preparation) Vignette Class Preparation  (homework) Questionnaire/Inventory The Knowledge Base Class Activity Learning Points Action Scripts Personal Application Assignment
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4 Welcome to Mgmt 3614 OB Other Requirements 2 scantrons  (form #882-ES) Blackboard  http://bb.csueastbay.edu Syllabus Course Materials slides Extra Chapter Materials Team Tally Sheets & Evaluation Forms
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5 Course Requirements 1 Midterm and 1 Final  (45 points and 40 points;  60% of your grade). Multiple-choice questions.  Questions are  based on material from the text/lecture and are  developed from the  Objectives  at the  beginning of each chapter. Both exams are NO NOTES/CLOSED BOOK.
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6 Course Requirements P3 Be present, come prepared, and  participate!  (It’s worth 40% of your grade!) You will receive  3  points for each class ( 51   points total) in which you are: P resent (1 point) P repared (1 point) P articipating (1 point) Points will be noted by team members. Missing  6 + classes   fail the class. If you come to class  late  or  leave early , you will  lose points .
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7 Course Requirements PLEASE… Turn off cell phones! Arrive to class on time Don’t leave the class early (except under  unusual circumstances and you let the  professor know). Participate often in class! Practice INTEGRITY in all interactions  and on exams
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8 Course Requirements Please refer to the CLASS SCHEDULE in  the Syllabus  throughout the quarter   http://bb.csueastbay.edu Reading Assignment Class Preparation Special Instructions for Class Preparation   Weekly Team Tally Sheet (rotating leadership) Team Evaluation Form CSUEB Building Evacuation Procedures
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9 Fundamental Questions What? – Organizational Behavior Why? – Be a better employee and manager:  greater self awareness, more analytical skills,  increased interpersonal and team skills, and more  organizational expertise  How? – Experiential Learning Who? – To be continued next session 1
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course MGMT 3614 taught by Professor Rao during the Spring '10 term at CSU East Bay.

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Mgmt3614OBWk1C1Introduction[1]_1 - OrganizationalBehavior

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