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Organizational Behaviour - ORGB


While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Apply appropriate ethical change models and techniques in managing various strategic change situations.
  • Apply the most appropriate sustainable management styles in resolving strategic change management issues.
  • Formulate and apply the most useful tactics to motivate people in organizations to change and enhance ethical and sustainable behaviours.
  • Implement a strategic change plan, including lobbying (influencing government relations) and crisis management, through case studies and experiential learning exercises.
  • Apply the TOPS Model to a range of strategic change issues (clarifying the problems, setting objectives, determining the best solution for resolutions, implementing strategic change, and measuring ethical and sustainable performance).
  • Create a strategic change management model relevant to their work experience.
  • Adapt strategic implementation tactics including the nature and role of government in society, government structure, and government public policy processes, to a business situation.
  • Develop a strategic change management model, complete with corporate social responsibility and performance standards.
  • Apply their understanding of contemporary theories and practices, the acquisition and use of skills that relate to management to improve their own effectiveness as members and leaders in organizations.

Effective as of Winter 2022

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