Leadership and Organizational Behavior- Leadership and Organizational Behavior examines interpersonal and intrapersonal dynamics because they affect the achievement of corporate goals.


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Leadership and Organizational Behavior examines inter- and intrapersonal dynamics because they affect the achievement of corporate goals. Topics include theories of organizational behavior concepts and applications, including motivation, group dynamics, organizational communication processes, leadership, power, authority, team building, and organizational development. Managing change in a complex domestic and international environment is also emphasized. Students are provided with a solid foundation for examining organizational behavior in a systematic manner.

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