facets of an ever-growing global marketplace. It also addresses the effect of organizational culture, socialization, mentoring, values and attitudes, while understanding how to incorporate organizational behavior in an everchanging workplace where managing change and stress is a daily task. At the completion of this course, Students will have the ability to analyze organizational behavior theories becoming competent in the following: Organizational Behavior theorems and foundation Individual diversity relating to attitudes, emotions and motivation Understanding leadership and communication; power and politics Organizational culture, policies and practices, change and stress management Overall perception of organizational culture, diversity, and decision making APPROACH OF THIS COURSE Students in this course gain a foundational understanding of evolving behaviors within an organization around internal and external situations and issues within the daily operations of business. Students apply that knowledge to develop a basic behavioral modification plan to show transformation within an organization, which could affect the vision and mission of the organization whether domestic or global. This basic behavioral modification plan will address challenges and learn about some practical strategies to implemented within any given organization. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK This course introduces students to the possible many different behavioral characteristics within an organization, which are continuously changing within a very diverse marketplace, and levels of transformation that organizations must go through to succeed despite the organizational behavioral problems. Students explore the existing models and examine them in light of known theory through discussion questions and weekly assessments.
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