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HESY-560 Organizational Theory and Behavior
This course draws on behavioral, social and organizational sciences to analyze organizational effectiveness within integrated systems. The course emphasizes the role of the leader in creating and maintaining structures and processes that enhance individual and group performance. Topics include motivation, group behavior, leadership, conflict management, decision-making, power, organizational structure, managing change, and managerial communication. Analytical, integrative and decisional skills are developed through case discussion.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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