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Organizational behaviour is an interdisciplinary field drawing from numerous disciplines including psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics, organization theory, statistics, and many others.

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Organizations are complex environments. They exist for the simple reason that groups of people can accomplish more than individuals working alone.  These complexities of collective social action give rise to the need for effective management and leadership. While few would dispute that the modern organization presents many paradoxical challenges such as (1) creating meaningful learning communities while at the same time downsizing or shifting operations to another country, (2) moving to a team-oriented, empowered organization under the top-down command of a strong leader; or (3) building organizational capabilities for long run success while facing intense competitive pressures for immediate improvement in financial performance, there is little agreement about how to resolve and transcend these problems. This course will surely help you.

Organizations are complex environments. They exist for the simple reason that groups of people can accomplish more than individuals working alone.  These complexities of collective social action give rise to the need for effective management and leadership. While few would dispute that the modern organization presents many paradoxical challenges such as (1) creating meaningful learning communities while at the same time downsizing or shifting operations to another country, (2) moving to a team-oriented, empowered organization under the top-down command of a strong leader; or (3) building organizational capabilities for long run success while facing intense competitive pressures for immediate improvement in financial performance, there is little agreement about how to resolve and transcend these problems. This course will surely help you.

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Learning outcomes

  • To praise God as the creator of humankind.
  • To weigh the relevance of OB in management practice.
  • To identify and explore the factors influencing individual and group behavior in organizations.
  • To discuss fundamental managerial implications of current OB theory and research.
  • To identify and analyze their personal biases in the way they relate to people and organizations.
  • To demonstrate analytical and problem-solving skills in the application of organizational behavior knowledge to work-related situations.

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Asghar Ali
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Riphah International University Al-Mizan Campus 274 Peshawar Road Rawalpindi
(051) 5125162 Ext 238
Skype Contact: Ali Asghar Shaheen

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