Organizational behavior (OB) is defined as the systematic study and application of knowledge about how individuals and groups act within the organizations where they work. The course will cover how emotions contribute to employee motivation, attitudes and decisions; how social networks shape power and communication; and how self-concept influences individual outcomes, team cohesion, leadership and behaviour.
10 points per each long-format response (200 words)
5 points for final response (50 words): Why does culture eat strategy for breakfast?
worth 25% of final grade
Please answer the two short answer questions you have agreed upon
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After you've watched the following videos, please use the learning statement form to answer this question: what is the relationship between motivation and culture?
For more resources, see 20 TED talks about organizational culture.
After you've watched the following videos, please use the learning statement form to answer this question: what's the difference between the experiencing and the remembering self?
Objectives: Gain an understanding of individual behaviour, team, and organizational processes.