MGT 517_Spring 2014 Syllabus(3)

Teachingphilosophyandassumptions

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and
cultural
change.

 
 • Learners
will
deeply
understand
organizational
culture
in
a
context
that
is
 relevant,
meaningful
and
useful;
 • Learners
will
garner
a
level
of
underpinning
knowledge,
frameworks
and
 tools
associated
with
the
leadership
of
culture;
 • Learners
will
begin
to
discover
themselves
and
how
to
inspire
others
by
 developing
a
personal
Leadership
Credo;
 • Learners
will
dialogue
with
other
students,
guest
faculty
and
executives
 about
their
experiences
associated
with
the
leadership
of
culture;
 • Learners
will
be
able
to
apply
major
concepts
to
the
analysis
of
 organizational
problems,
dynamic
conditions,
and
to
the
development
of
 recommendations
leading
to
change
in
organizations;
 • Learners
will
develop
and
demonstrate
the
ability
to
synthesize
several
 concepts
as
they
inform
a
particular
kind
of
organizational
challenge;
 • Learners
will
capture
the
multidimensional,
life‐like
view
of
what
goes
on
in
 organizations.
 
 Teaching
Philosophy
and
Assumptions
 
 My
role
as
instructor
is
to
facilitate
learning
rather
than
to
“teach.”
Every
person
in
 class
has
valuable
knowledge
and
experiences
that
can
enhance
the
learning
of
the
 entire
class.
Learning
requires
exposure
to
new
ideas,
awareness
of
how
this
new
 knowledge
differs
from
conceptions
or
assumptions
of
our
own,
and
a
willingness
to
 try
out
seeing/doing
things
with
new
eyes.
That
mindshift
is
a
personal
journey,
 which
each
one
of
us
is
responsible
for
at
the
individual
level.
As
facilitator,
I
hope
to
 draw
on
the
theory
of
experts
who
have
dedicated
themselves
t...
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