MBA610 Organizations and Human Behavior (3 cr.)
This course examines human behavior and social relationships in the workplace setting from a domestic and intercultural perspective. The theories, history, and practice of promoting effective individual and group behavior in organizations across cultures are covered. Topics include groups and teams, multicultural teams, power and influence, trust, gender and equality, the impact of culture on work behavior, and creating cultural synergy in a multicultural work environment.
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to do the following:
- Deconstruct the dynamics and complexities of individual and group behavior in a workplace setting.
- Build multicultural teams.
- Recognize and manage issues of justice, gender, equality, ethics, and trust as they arise in the workplace.
- Design a plan to promote cultural synergy in a workplace setting.
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