Credits: 3 credits
Students explore the theory and application of organizing in complex workplace environments. Various conceptual tools and theoretical frameworks are utilized to systematically investigate organizing processes and contexts and solve practical problems. Topics include organizations and organization theory; organizational stakeholders; the external environment; organizational structure and design; organizational culture; decision making; conflict, power and politics; and organizational change and transformation.
Prerequisite: CMNS 1290; ORGB 2810
Note: Students cannot receive credit for more than one of ORGB 3811 and ORGB 3810
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