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Goals: To develop an understanding of this interdisciplinary field so that management from an organizational persepctive is enhanced, thus creating and sustaining competitive advantages. To develop and strengthen effectiveness as a leader, manager and team member by introducing frameworks for understanding organizations and the behavior of people and groups within them. Key Content Areas include: Diversity in organizations, attitudes, job satisfaction, motivation, group behavior, working in teams, communication, leadership organizational power and politics, conflict and negotiation, organizational structure, organizational culture, organizational change, and human resource policies and practices. Prerequisites: MGMT 3100 (grade of C- or better), or consent of the instructor Credits: 4
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