Organizational Behavior for Business Transformation
This course investigates how and why systemic complexities and ethical challenges increase as individuals form groups or teams, and as various groups form organizations. Students explore ways to ethically bridge leadership-management roles, how to distinguish between an organization’s required system and emergent system, and how to assess ego-motivation, eco-motivation, and employee ownership in designing effective teams and workplaces. This course is taken concurrently with MBA 5301: Communication Skills for Business Transformation.
- Course Number: MBA 5303
- Credit Units: 3.00