HRM 301: Organizational Behavior - Rotter

Instructor: Dr. Naomi Rotter

Course Description: A foundation course in individual and group behavior in organizations. Processes such as perception, motivation and leadership are examined with a focus on issues central to technology-based organizations (innovation, creativity, managing technical professionals).

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Lecture 01: Why What and How We Study Behavior in Organizations Video
Lecture 02: - The Process of Perception Video
Lecture 03: Social Perception Video
Lecture 04: Building Reality Through Perceptions Video
Lecture 05: Individual Differences and Personality Video
Lecture 06: Attitudes and Job Satisfaction Video
Lecture 07: Learning Processes in the Organization - Part 1 Video
Lecture 08: Learning Processes in the Organization - Part 2 Video
Lecture 09: Motivational Processes, Need Theories Video
Lecture 10: Cognitive and Process Theories Video
Lecture 11: Applications in the Organization of Job Design Video
Lecture 12: Group Processes in the Organization - Part 1 Video
Lecture 13: Group Processes in the Organization - Part 2 Video
Lecture 14: Group Processes in the Organization - Part 3 Video
Lecture 15: Communication in the Organization Video
Lecture 16: Decision Making from an Individual Prospective Video
Lecture 17: Decision Making and Groups Video
Lecture 18: Power and Politics in the Organization Video
Lecture 19: Leadership - Part 1 Video
Lecture 20: Leadership - Part 2 Video
Lecture 21: Organizational Structure Video
Lecture 22: Organizational Culture and Environment Video
Lecture 23: Conflict and Stress Video
Lecture 24: Organizational Change Video
Lecture 25: Organizational Development Video
Lecture 26: Managing a Global Organization Video

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