This course is an examination of human relations theory and individuals, group, and organizational performance in relation to organizational structure in contemporary business and public agencies. It is an interdisciplinary field, drawing from on concepts from a variety of subject areas. Covered are personality and attitudes, work motivation, interpersonal and group processes, organizational design and development, and decision making.
An Introduction to Organizational Behavior. Managing People and Organizations. Motivation. Work-Related Attitudes. Organizational Communication and Power. Groups and Teams in Organizations. Leadership. Culture, Creativity, and Innovation. Managing Organizational Changes and Development.
CPAs, CFOs, controllers, leaders and managers.
Define organizational behavior. Identify different theories and views on organizational behavior. Recognize the manager’s job in terms of managerial functions, roles, and skills. Recognize different principles on the function of management. Identify different aspects of an organization, including ethics, diversity, ways to manage for effectiveness from the perspective of organizational behavior. Recognize different theories of motivation and how they apply in the organization. Identify how goals can be set to motivate high levels of job performance. Identify ways in which jobs can be designed so as to enhance motivation. Recognize important characteristics of job satisfaction. Identify steps that management can take to improve mentoring programs. Identify characteristics of diversity management programs and how management can make them successful. Recognize the elements of sexual harassment in the workplace, and more.
Non-Member Price $419.00
Member Price $364.00