This course will explore the interactions between individuals and the systems in which they live and work. Organizational behavior is the utilization of theory and methods of academic disciplines for understanding and influencing behavior in people in organizations. Individual and group level of analysis are included in covering such topics as diversity, perception, communication, motivation, power, group development and performance, innovation, quality, individual effectiveness and development, leadership, and intergroup behavior. Cr 3.
EDU 671: Organizational Behavior
Spring 2014 Registration
Spring 2014 registration begins Monday, November 12.
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Payment due January 5, 2014.
Spring semester begins Monday, January 13.