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University of Regina -Faculty of Business Administration Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Winter 2012

Summary: University of Regina - Faculty of Business Administration
Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Winter 2012
BUS 260-003/033 Thursday 7:00 9:45 p.m. - ED623
Instructor: Sandra Steen
Office: ED540.4
Office Hours: By appointment
Phone: 337-2385
e-mail: sandra.steen@uregina.ca
Website: http://www.uregina.ca/urcourses
Text Website: www.mcgrawhill.ca/olc/mcshane
This course introduces various concepts and tools that will assist you to understand individual and group
behaviour, the structure and design of organizations, and how to improve organizational effectiveness. Topics
include: roles of the manager, goals, environment, structure/design, motivation, leadership, individual and group
decision-making, team dynamics, and conflict.
Learning Outcomes & Objectives:
o To introduce the fundamental concepts and theories of Organizational Behaviour (OB) which are
important to the operation of organizations.
o Provide an introduction to the content knowledge of OB as a basis for further learning.
o Enable you to identify the ways in which various OB theories can be used to assist organizations,


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


Collections: Mathematics