2013-2014 Catalog


MNG-443 Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior is concerned with the study of the behavior, attitudes, and performance of workers in an organizational setting; the organization's and informal group's effect on the worker's perceptions, feelings, and actions; the environment's effect on the organization and its human resources and goals; and the effect of the workers on the organization and its effectiveness. Special emphasis is placed on management theory with an eye to developing a Biblical philosophy of management. Prerequisites: MNG-210 or LDR-200. Admission to the Business Division.


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