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C OURSE S YLLABUS BUSI 500 O RGANIZATIONAL B EHAVIOR C OURSE D ESCRIPTION This course develops managerial competence in understanding the human output of organizations from the viewpoints of the individual, group, and organizational systems’ levels. Emphasis is given to assessing one’s personality and values and to applying course material to one’s work environment. R ATIONALE Without wise application of organizational behavior, no manager can consistently manage effectively or efficiently. Such knowledge and ability is foundational to the Master of Business Administration program. It should also be anticipated that many of the topics presented in this course will be studied in much greater depth in subsequent courses. It is presupposed that those who know organizational behavior best are those who first understand their behavior individually, in teams, and in organizational structures. This course does not utilize groups; it focuses on the student individually. I. P REREQUISITES None II. R EQUIRED R ESOURCE P URCHASES American Psychological Association. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association . Washington D.C. Kroeger, O., Theusen, J., & Rutledge, H. (2002). Type talk at work. New York, NY: Dell. ISBN: 0-440-50699-9.
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2012 for the course BUSI 500 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Liberty.

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