This course tackles the application of concepts regarding how individuals and groups act within an organization. It trains students in a systematic approach by which the relationship of people organizations could be better understood. Students learn how to build better relationships that will achieve the objectives of the organization.
- Understand organizational behavior in its broadest multi-disciplinary context.
- Be familiar with the theoretical and practical aspects of organizational behavior.
- Appreciate the role of leadership in organizing community-based activities related to adult education.
- Discuss the relevance of the interplay between authority, power and politics.
- Describe organizational behavior tools and concepts and know when these can be used.
- Correctly use organizational behavior frames of reference to diagnose individual and group situations in organizations.