Careers in Organizational Behavior

Careers in Organizational Behavior - Undergraduate Careers...

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Undergraduate Careers in Organizational Behavior A concentration in Organizational Behavior prepares you for a variety of career paths that typically require individuals to possess a thorough understanding of the complexities of business environments. Some careers require working as part of the managerial staff to resolve organizational issues, solve complex business problems as a management consultant, or relate to employees as a human resources professional. Individuals with expertise in a particular industry may be at an advantage; therefore, students often combine OB with another concentration. POSITION YOURSELF FOR SUCCESS Seek experiences or projects in which you perform tasks such as evaluating applicants, working as part of a team, presenting, selling, teaching, supervising, managing databases and organizing large amounts of paperwork and/or on-line documents. Learn about psychology, statistics, human resource policy and writing. Read trade journals and related publications to keep up-to-date on
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course SM 411 taught by Professor Livengood during the Fall '11 term at BU.

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