International Organizational Behavior uses a global perspective to focus on interactions among individuals, groups, organizations and cultures in management practice and business conduct.
The course uses lecture, team assignments, class discussions, individual assessments, guest lectures, multi-media material, and cross-cultural team simulations. Course topics include: the global business environment, culture and value orientations, vision/mission, organizational structures, leadership, management style, motivation, team work, negotiation, communication, organization change, ethics and social responsibility. These topics are treated from an international and comparative perspective.
2.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
Levels: MIIS Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture
Intl Policy & Management Division
International Management Department