OL212
Human Aspects of Organizations
0.5 Credit

Examining the complexities and interpersonal relationships in a working environment is fundamental to understanding and optimizing organizational performance. This course studies the organization from the perspective of its most critical component - the people within. This course provides an overview of individual and group based issues in organizations. Individual issues may include personality, attribution, motivation and values. Group level issues may include topics such as decision-making and dynamics of groups and teams, groupthink, diversity, and group leadership.

Additional Course Information
Co-requisites
OL224.
Exclusions
BU288, OL312.
Notes
3 lecture hours