|Class hours: 3|
|Semesters Available: Fall and Spring|
Years Available: All
|An examination of the theory and practice of organizational behavior management from the line managerís perspective. The class examines the roles of individual differences, perception, learning, motivation, group dynamics, teams, conflict, stress, communication, power, politics, leadership, and other factors having an impact on individual job and overall organizational performance in contemporary organizations. Secular theories are examined, and then compared to important biblical principles and precepts. Computer-based and other experiential exercises are used to enhance learning and integration of key management skills related to managing human behavior at work. Emphasis is placed on the underlying causes of human behavior in organizations. |
1 program requires this course.
No courses require this as a prerequisite or corequisite.