LECTURE 7 Decision Making
How decisions are made vs how decision making research has been applied
Why do we perceive?
o So we can learn.
If we cannot learn from meaningful ways (from a sense that we have) we the
lose the ability to
Lecture 2 Emotions, Perception, and Personality
people differ from each other because we come up with different ways to satisfy our basic needs
o communities who eat rice vs those that eat wheat
o rice takes a group to cultivate (to ha
JRE 420 - People Management and Organizational Behaviour
Dr. Alexander Garcia Muradov
Before/after class or by appointment
Class Time: LEC102: Thursday, 6:00-9:00 pm in G
LECTURE 3 Motivation
What is Motivation?
Theories of Motivation
Job Design and Motivation
Describe an organizational experience
Examine it from the perspe
LECTURE 9 Conflict and Negotiation
Bases of Power
Stanford Prison Experiment
What bases of power were used? Guards? Prisoners? Experimenters?
coercive (used violence to get prisoners
LECTURE 8 Power and Politics
Most common issue: shallow analysis/lack of depth
Can be acquired
Individual differences: need/desire for power
Many are skittish about discussing it
o Reveals a lot abou
LECTURE 5 Learning
Recap on Stress
(1) Richness of description
- Who what where when why how
(2) Use of appropriate theory
- Dont throw theory at the problem (dont list every theory, just most applicable and focu
LECTURE 4 Stress
People have needs
o Different needs at different times (e.g., Maslow, Alderfer), and across individuals (e.g.,
Motivation is what moves us to actions that we believe will satisfy those needs
o Relate to sect
LECTURE 6 Review: Individual Processes and Behaviours
o Understanding what is around us
o In what ways do people differ? Why?
o What moves us?
o Effects of unsatisfied needs
o How ex
This is a normal distribution with the parameters V1 and V2
This is a X2 distribution with the parameters X1 and X2
This is a t- distribution with the parameters W and X
This is an F-distribution with the par
http:/www.scribd.com/doc/97294140/Case-Study-of-Cervical-Cancer-Stage-III-Final#scribd Question a.
Coubb Douglas demand function
( x1, x 2) x1 x 2
The constrained optimization brings in the Marshallian demand function that is
x * ( pa, p 2, i)
PLease help me with this question:
The Paper portion of your Service Learning project is where you get to reflect on your experience. It must
How your volunteer experience helped you reach your personal communication goals (or changed
the external situation or environment in which the
target person exists was responsible for the behaviour Bad weather, good luck, proper tools, or poor advice.
some personality or intellectual characteri
Ability to work in a team
Communication skills (written)
Problem solving skill
Strong work ethic
Communication skills (verbal)
Small group of people.
e.g., what can I do to improve to
increase sales or grades, what is the
Attention to Task
Feedback can elicit attention to self or task goal
e.g., how do I compare to others as
a student /sales person
Attention to Self
Goal Setting Theory
Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Aldefers ERG Theory
McClellands Theory of Needs
covered in a different session
e.g., graduate school, glucose intolerance
Interpreting the reality our senses give us, rather than reality itself
Helps us organize and understand the environment and each other
Each component influences the perceivers impression or interpretation of
Others biases towar
Attitude vs. Personality
Stable because when measured over decades research has
found people respond similarly to personality inventories.
Therefore these reliable responses to valid measures of
personality suggest that peoples personality characteristics
Leadership involves non coercive (non forceful) influence.
Leadership influence is goal directed.
Leadership requires followers.
Leaders and managers are distinct at least in theory.
Characteristics of Leadership
Leadership is the process by w
teams identity as having
room for growth
Attention to task strategies
teams identity as
having room for growth
Sample Final Exam Questions
What we learned about Personality:
Sample Exam Questions
What is personality
Compare and contrast to behavior, IQ,
Why is personality related to job
Compare to IQ
What we learned about Personality:
e.g., you want 40K (position) for your salary
(issue) so that you can pay of student loan (your
Interest) which can be satisfied with a different
issue (i.e., signing bonus, rent free apartment)
Interests= why you want what you want
Issues = what you w