MAN-3110 Organizational Behavior

Organizational Behavior provides a framework for understanding and successfully managing the interactions between individuals, groups, and organizations. Topics include the roles of individuals within organizations, group processes and leadership styles, organizational communication, and the impact on society of organizational culture. A continuing emphasis on ethical behavior connects the course with contemporary concerns.

Advisory: This subject may be classified as either social sciences PSY-3610 or business MAN-3110 depending on the degree program.



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