2013-2015 Undergraduate Catalog

MGT 305 Organizational Behavior

Emphasizes contributions of many disciplines to management practices considering the interrelationship among individual, group, and organization with an international focus added. Examines analytical and behavioral skills necessary to enhance managerial potential and facilitate individual contributions to organizational effectiveness. Applies concepts of learning, motivation, intra- and inter-group behavior, leadership, decision making, power, conflict, and politics to an understanding of teamwork and the issues of quality within and among organizations. Prerequisites: Junior standing or departmental permission.