BUS-268 Organizational Behavior
The primary intention of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of human behaviour in organizations. Topics include motivation and individual behaviour; stress and its management; perception and personality; emotions and values; decision-making; inter- and intra-group dynamics; communication; leadership; power; conflict; and change in Canadian organizations. In addition to the theory component, students will have an opportunity to develop analytical and decision-making skills through discussion of cases, simulation exercises, research projects and reports. The format of the class uses lectures, discussion, and questions and answers.