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Faculty of Administration Business 260 Organizational Behaviour

Summary: Faculty of Administration Business 260
Organizational Behaviour
University of Regina Fall 2011 1
Bus 260- Wed--7:00-9:45 p.m.
Room 623
Instructor: Leah Knibbs
Phone: (306) 861-9864
E-Mail: Use URCourses for normal communication
Leah@knibbs.ca for priority communication
Text: McShane, Steven and Steen, Sandra
Canadian Organizational Behaviour
7th ed. (McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2009)
This course introduces various concepts and tools that will assist the student in understanding
individual and group behaviour, the structure and design in organizations, and in improving
organizational effectiveness. The topics include: the roles of the manager, goals,
environment/structure/ design, motivation and leadership, individual and group decision making,
and group dynamics and conflict.
Learning Outcomes & Objectives
Introduce you to the fundamental aspects of Organizational Behaviour that are important to the


Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina


Collections: Mathematics