Know the leading theories of motivation;
Be familiar with current research in workplace motivation;
Know how to conduct, evaluate and cite secondary research;
Be able to apply theories to workplace situations;
Have had an opportunity to develop policies, programs and strategies to improve workplace motivation and maximize employee potential.
Strategic Organizational Behavior involves the actions of individuals and groups within an organization. The strategic OB approach rests on the premise that people are the foundation of an organization’s competitive advantages. Thus, the strategic approach to OB involves organizing and managing the people’s knowledge and skills effectively to implement the organization’s strategy and gain a competitive advantage.
Lesson 1 Organizational Behavior: A Strategic Approach
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Lesson 2 The Strategic Lens Part I
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Lesson 3 Organizational Diversity & Behavior
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Lesson 4 Individual Processes Part II
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Lesson 5 Motivation and Stress
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Lesson 6 Groups, Teams and Social Processes Part III
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Lesson 7 Conflict, Power, and Politics
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Lesson 8 Change and Development
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Lesson 9 Conclusion
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Sociology by Hitt, Miller and Colella
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