This introduction to organizational behavior covers diverse topics ranging from employee selection and socialization to group dynamics and organizational culture. Understand the fundamentals propelling individual and collective behavior in organizations through an interactive blend of lectures, reading, discussion, and your own case studies. Focus on what it takes to spark performance in others while at the same time developing their confidence, skills, and abilities.
In spring quarter 2016-17, this course will be using prerecorded lectures and will not be offered on-campus.
- Robert Sutton Professor of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University
- Organization theory
- Concepts and functions of management
- Behavior of the individual, work group, and organization behavior
3.0 - 4.0
- 1 year of college level calculus (through calculus of several variables, such as MATH51 or CME100)
- Background in statistics, experience with spreadsheets recommended.
- An undergraduate degree with a GPA of 3.0 or equivalent
Certificates and Degrees
- Management Science and Engineering Graduate Certificate : Decision Making and Organization (select 1)
- Management Science and Engineering MS Degree : Courses
- Technology and Engineering Management Graduate Certificate : Choose 4