What you’ll learn
Explain the importance of understanding organizational behaviour.
Understand the mutual interdependence between the organization and its environment.
Explain the arguments against technological determinism from a socio-technical systems point of view.
Account for the popularity of the concept of organizational culture among managers and researchers.
You will learn everything you need to know, no requirements
Hello everyone, Welcome to the course! I am thrilled to have you on board. You’re going to be a valuable asset, and I can’t wait to see all that you accomplish.
This course “Essentials of Organizational Behavior” teaches readers how to communicate and participate within companies, using real-world scenarios. The work gives an extensive discussion of necessary organizational behavior (OB) topics, making each lesson exciting and easy to grasp.
Students in this course will be exposed to psychological ideas that will help them develop a better understanding of how people behave in the workplace.
It is the goal of this course to provide students a basic overview of the history and evolution of ideas and concepts in Organizational Behaviour (OB). People and groups’ characteristics and behaviors have a significant impact on an organization’s culture, design, ethics, education, and structure. As a team-based learning experience, the course’s applied aim is to allow experiential learning of current methods for conflict resolution and decision-making as well as negotiation, power, and politics in the workplace.
So if you’re ready to start implementing a foundational understanding of the history and development of Organisational Behaviour, then you need to get enrolled in this course.
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Who this course is for:
- My target students who are new to the social sciences, and to the study of organizational behaviour. This is a core subject on most business and management degree, diploma and masters programmes. Accountants, architects, bankers, computer scientists, doctors, engineers, hoteliers, nurses, surveyors, teachers and other specialists, who have no background in social science, may find themselves studying organizational behaviour as part of their professional examination schemes.