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AFTER READING THE ASSIGNED READINGS, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION(S) ON YOUR DISCUSSION BOARD POST.Question 1: What is the definition of organizational behavior?Question 2: How has research advanced what we know about organizational behavior?The post should a) answer the question posed by the instructor and b) critically analyze, to the best of your ability, the implications of the subject matter at hand. I expect that these posts will be at least 2 paragraphs in length and be written in a relatively formal academic style taking grammar and spelling into consideration. Please ensure that you provide the page from the text where you drew your answers.For example: Customers expect organizations to be responsive to their needs (p. 9).FIND ATTACHMENT
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MGT 304 Organizational Management
Who am I?
• 20-year retired military veteran and intelligence professional
• Doctor of Leadership Studies
• Mother of an 11-year old girl
• Author, yogi, runner
• World traveler ~40 countries
Who are you?
• Name?
• Where are you from?
Course Requirements

Course Assignments






3x Reflection Papers (50pts each)
Leadership Paper (100pts)
Team Case Study and Presentation (100pts)
Mid-term and Final Exam (100pts each)
Attendance, Participation, & Preparation (100 pts)
Course Administration






Textbook / Canvas
Assignments due at the beginning of class
APA citations for Leadership paper and Team Case Study
Assignment descriptions forthcoming
Complete readings in text or on Bb before class
Electronics in the classroom
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
Chapter One
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
Why do we study organizational behavior?
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• The human being is essential and the key to an
organization’s success
• What traits will you need as the next generation
of leaders?
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• The evolution of management
– Formal study began in 1900
– Scientific management (late 1800s)
• Train, teach, and develop workers
• Almost equal division of work
• Cooperate with each other
– Administrative management (1916)
• First general theory of management
• Planning, organizing, commanding, coordinating, and
controlling
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Organizational Behavior (OB) Definition:
– “Drawing on psychology, sociology, political
science, and cultural anthropology, OB is the study
of the impact that individuals, groups, and
organizational structure and processes have on
behavior within the organization.”
• OB is multidisciplinary
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Hawthorne studies
– Employees’ needs, attitudes, and behaviors
– Focused on conditions = employee production
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Systems Theory
– An organization is an element of a larger system, the
environment
– Organizations have life cycles
– Organizational effectiveness






Quality: Meeting customers’ needs and expectations
Productivity: relationship between input and output
Efficiency: Ratio of outputs to inputs
Satisfaction: Employees and customers
Adaptiveness: Response to internal and external changes
Development: Employee training
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Forces reshaping management practice
– Power of HR
– Globalization
– Diversity
– Speed of change
– Psychological contract
• Pensions vs. 401K
– Technology
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Managing individual behavior
– Individual differences
– Individual motivation
– Rewards
– Misbehavior
– Stress
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Group behavior
– Groups and teams
– Conflict and negotiations
– Power and politics
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Organizational processes
– Communication
– Decision-making process
– Leadership
• Organizational design, change, and innovation
MGT 304 Organizational Management
MGT 304 Organizational Management
Who am I?
• 20-year retired military veteran and intelligence professional
• Doctor of Leadership Studies
• Mother of an 11-year old girl
• Author, yogi, runner
• World traveler ~40 countries
Who are you?
• Name?
• Where are you from?
Course Administration
My Expectations of You (also available on the syllabus)
• Attend class and be on time
• After 2 absences your participation grade will be deducted 5%
every unexcused absence
• Limit computer and cellphone use to classroom work only
• Complete all reading and written assignments and be prepared to
discuss them in class
• Class PPTs will be posted 48 hours after class
• All work turned in should be yours and yours alone
• I do not give extra credit
• All late work is deducted 5% every day it is late from its final grade
• Please communicate if you have issues, any issues!! I
will respond and do care about your well-being
Course Requirements






Course Assignments
• Reflection Papers (3x 50pts)
• Leadership Paper (100pts)
• Team Case Study Presentation (100pts)
• Mid-term Exam (100pts)
• Final Exam (100pts)
• Attendance, Participation, & Preparation (100pts)
Required Textbook and Canvas use
Assignments due at the beginning of class
APA citations for Leadership paper and Team Case Study
Assignment descriptions in Canvas
Complete readings in text or Bb before class
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
Chapter 1
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
Why do we study organizational behavior?
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• The human being is essential and the key to an
organization’s success
• What traits will you need as the next generation
of leaders?
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• The evolution of management
– Formal study began in 1900
– Scientific management (late 1800s)
• Train, teach, and develop workers
• Almost equal division of work
• Cooperate with each other
– Administrative management (1916)
• First general theory of management
• Planning, organizing, commanding, coordinating, and
controlling
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Organizational Behavior (OB) Definition:
– “Drawing on psychology, sociology, political
science, and cultural anthropology, OB is the study
of the impact that individuals, groups, and
organizational structure and processes have on
behavior within the organization.”
• OB is multidisciplinary
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Organizational Behavior (OB) Definition:
– “Drawing on psychology, sociology, political
science, and cultural anthropology, OB is the study
of the impact that individuals, groups, and
organizational structure and processes have on
behavior within the organization.”
• OB is multidisciplinary
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Hawthorne studies
– Employees’ needs, attitudes, and behaviors
– Focused on conditions = employee production
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Systems Theory
– An organization is an element of a larger system, the
environment
– Organizations have life cycles
– Organizational effectiveness






Quality: Meeting customers’ needs and expectations
Productivity: relationship between input and output
Efficiency: Ratio of outputs to inputs
Satisfaction: Employees and customers
Adaptiveness: Response to internal and external changes
Development: Employee training
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Forces reshaping management practice
– Power of HR
– Globalization
– Diversity
– Speed of change
– Psychological contract
• Pensions vs. 401K
– Technology
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Framing the Study of Organizational Behavior
– Organization’s Environment
– Understanding and Managing Individual Behavior
– Group Behavior and Interpersonal Influence
– Organizational Processes
– Organizational Design, Change, and Innovation
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Managing individual behavior
– Individual differences
– Individual motivation
– Rewards
– Misbehavior
– Stress
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Group behavior
– Groups and teams
– Conflict and negotiations
– Power and politics
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
• Organizational processes
– Communication
– Decision-making process
– Leadership
• Organizational design, change, and innovation
Upcoming Events
Next Class
• Jan 23rd – Read Chapter 15, Leadership Theory
MGT 304 Organizational Management

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