MGT 3101 Organizational Behavior is a field that seeks to understand, explain and ultimately improve organizational behavior in organizations. This survey course informs students on fields such as motivation, performance, teams, pro-social behavior, diversity, servant leadership, and ethics in organizations in order to create leadership skills required for creating sustainable, community-oriented organizations. The course also provides students the opportunities to build professionally relevant skills such as working in diverse teams, effective problem solving, gaining influence and effective communication. This course is open to undergraduate students of all majors.
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