Organizational Conduct ADM 2336 (Section X) Spring/Summer 2013
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Catherine Elliott, Ph level. D. DMS, Room 6106 613-562-5800 (ext. 4759) [email protected] uottawa. los angeles By scheduled appointment. Note that Now i'm also generally available before or after course for speedy questions/comments. DMS 1110 Tuesday, 19: 00-22: 00 g. m. Degrees and course information are available on Online Campus and doc-depot ADM1100 or ADM1300 BCom required course
GIFTS Course Deliverable Case examination 1 Midterm exam 1 Case evaluation 2 Midterm exam a couple of Case examination 3 Circumstance analysis some Final Exam Due Date, Period, Place May possibly 21, in class June some, in class 06 11, in class July two, in class This summer 9, in class July of sixteen, in class Finals' week (date and period TBA) Pounds on Final Grade five per cent 20% five per cent 20% five per cent 5% 40%
COURSE INFORMATION This course is exploring theoretical and practical knowledge of individual and group behavior within company contexts. The focus through the semester will probably be on 3 different numbers of analysis. We will begin by centering our focus on the roots of individual behaviour in the workplace. Then, we all will slowly move toward studying the interpersonal and group aspects of organizational existence. We can end the semester by focusing on the business as a whole. You're going to be repeatedly urged to hyperlink the course material to personal experiences and practical applications. A variety of learning methods will be used, including lectures, group dialogue, case examines, videos, in-class exercises and debates. You are expected to participate actively in all class activities, which include interaction in small organizations and conversations. You ought to share their particular work activities during school discussions and lectures. PROGRAM LEARNING TARGETS Regardless of your existing educational field of expertise and upcoming career strategies, it is be sure you will encounter various if not really most of the problems discussed from this course inside your professional existence. Organizations are social choices in which people must have interaction. Thus, an excellent understanding of company behaviour is vital. The wide purpose of this course, therefore , should be to enhance your capability to effectively examine and deal with organizational conduct, as it will probably be helpful for you regardless of your intended organizational position. The key objectives of the course in order to ensure that pupils: вЂў вЂў вЂў Understand the influence of individual factors (e. g., personality, behaviour, perceptions, inspiration, and attributions) on individual and group behaviour in organizations. Be familiar with influence of interpersonal factors (e. g., social dynamics, power and politics, management, and decision-making) on person and group behaviour in organizations. Be familiar with influence of organizational features (e. g., its structure) on specific and group behaviour in organizations
COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM LEARNING GOALS LG1 LG2 LG3 LG4 LG5 LG6 LG7 Understand, Apply and Integrate Core Administration Disciplines Display Critical Pondering and Making decisions Skills Illustrate Leadership, Sociable and Marketing communications Skills Apply high specifications of Honesty, Ethics and Social Responsibility Demonstrate the cabability to Perform within a Culturally Various Environment Pursue Self-Development and Exhibit a Commitment for Life-long Learning Provide Value to the Business Community within a chosen Area of Specialization
This system contributes to the Bachelors of Commerce System by focusing specifically on four of its six learning desired goals. First, because course is actually a prerequisite to more advanced ones, it will allow students to gain a knowledge of one in the core management disciplines. Interest will be paid out to ensuring that students know how organizational conduct is built-in with other main disciplines, particularly human resources management (LG...