Summary: Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
BUS 260 004 Fall 2011 CRN 33137
TR: 10:00 11:15 ED 616
Instructor: Asst. Prof. Aldene Meis Mason
Office: ED 524.7, Tel. 337-2381, Fax 585-4805
Home: 789-6578 (please don't call after 9:00 PM)
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Text: Steven L. McSchane & Sandra Steen. Canadian Organizational Behaviour, 7th
with Connect Access Card. Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 2009.
Text Web Site: www.mcgrawhill.ca/college/mcshane7
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1.0 Course Description
This introductory course addresses basic concepts and processes of organizational behaviour. The
topics include: individual level variables, such as perception, personality, attitudes, and
motivation; interpersonal and group processes, such as communication, teams, leadership, and
power; and organizational level factors such as organizational design, culture, and change.
2.0 Learning Objectives
Everyone who works in and around organizations uses organizational behaviour and knowledge.