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Managing people requires a broad range of interdisciplinary knowledge and skills. To be effective, managers must have solid planning and organizational skills. They must also have solid understanding of human behavior, and how human behavioral tendencies affect and are affected by organizational systems, processes, and interactions. This component of Module 1 Helps students develop the knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage people in organizations. Topics include fundamentals of social cognition, individual differences, judgment and decision making, motivation, organizational power and politics, managerial communications, human resource management, and conflict management.
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