BADM 310: Management and Organizational Behavior
This course presents a general analysis of management and organizational behavior from a systems point of view, including classical organizational theory and management, organizational behavior, and management science; environmental forces; planning, organizing, and control processes; motivation, incentives, leadership, communication, and interpersonal relations; and discussion of production and decision-making and mathematical models.
Prerequisite: Junior standing.
- To gain a basic understanding of individual behavior in organizations and of management – planning, controlling, leading and organizing.
- To develop a working vocabulary regarding these subjects and to become familiar with theories and concepts regarding them.
- To understand the application of course concepts to real world management and organizational behavior problems.
Professor Shahbaz Shabbir Gill
Department of Business Administration
A week in this course typically includes completing readings, watching online videos, submitting online quizzes, participating in discussion forums, analyzing cases, and interacting with an online simulation related to change management. Periodic online exams are also a component of the course.
- Management by Jones, 11e: ISBN Loose-leaf with Connect: 9781307512328 Authors: Jones & George.
- Information on accessing the following materials will be presented in the Compass course site:
- McGraw-Hill Connect
- Harvard Business School Change Management Simulation