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Introduction - WELCOME TO MGMT 2110 Organizational Behavior...

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4 2 5 1 0011 0010 1010 1101 0001 0100 1011 WELCOME TO MGMT 2110: Organizational Behavior Fall 2011 Dr. Prithviraj ( Raja ) Chattopadhyay Mon 13:30 – 14:50 & Fri 9:00 – 10:20 (L6) Wed & Fri – 16:30-17:50(L7)
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Agenda Who we are – class members introduction, make a new friend today! What to expect – syllabus Where and how to find resources – course website
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What’s this course about? Introductory course to “OB” - the field of study that investigates how individuals , groups , and organizations affect human behaviors and organizational effectiveness To succeed in your careers and to help your organizations succeed
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Levels of OB Organization Group Individual Higher order Elementary
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Individual Level Personality and Individual Difference Values, Attitude, and Behavior Workplace Emotions and Stress Perception and Learning in Organization Employee Motivation Problem Solving, Judgment, and Decision Making
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Group Level Team Dynamics Communication Power and Influence in Workplace Conflict and Negotiation Leadership
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2007 (see https://career.ust.hk/upload/survey/f240-ug07_appendixlist.htm )
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2008 (see https://career.ust.hk/upload/survey/f260- Graudate_Employment_Survey_2008_UG_Appendices.html )
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2009 (see https://career.ust.hk/pdf/ug09_App4_GSalary.pdf )
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Companies and Business Students Differ on What Skills M.B.A. Programs Should Teach By KATHERINE MANGAN A serious disconnect exists between what corporate recruiters want in their new M.B.A. hires and what business schools are teaching them, and students may be largely to blame, according to a report that will be released this week at a meeting of management scholars in Philadelphia. The report, by two assistant professors of management at DePaul University, concludes that recruiters want business schools to pay more attention to people-oriented skills like leadership and communication. Students, however, frequently complain that those "soft skills" won't get them jobs, and they're pressuring their business schools to focus instead on functional or technical content, the researchers say.
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