MAN 2150 Management & Organizational Behavior
Introduction to fundamental concepts necessary for understanding management, motivation and behavior in organizational settings. Emphasis on planning, organizing, influencing and controlling to continually improve effective management skills.
- Define the terms and identify generally accepted principles and contemporary approaches in management.
- Explain management as a process of interrelated functions.
- Analyze patterns of organizational behavior requiring skills necessary to interpret cause and affect relationships between the job and work situations.
- Describe how organizational motivation and behavior can be modeled on various organizational theories and implemented by management and group leaders.
- Analyze how individual and organizational leadership is key to the success of the organization, group, and personal life management. Describe the leadership role in providing the appropriate cultural influences for worker empowerment and organizational longevity.
- Formulate goals, strategies, and plans to analyze the ever-changing internal and external organizational environment.
Credit Hours: 3
- Classroom: 3 hours
- Division: Business and Public Services
- Department: Management
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: Yes