How To Present An Organizational Behavior Course
This Organizational Behavior Course is an easy and fun course used in various training workshops, meetings, and activities. It is suited for groups of 12-15 people but can be applied to larger groups by forming smaller groups. It only needs about a day to present the content.
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Organizational behavior is the study of how people interact in organizational settings and within groups.
This organizational behavior course, understanding of organizational behavior allows course delegates to:
- Explore the evolution of management thought.
- Appreciate the organizational factors that influence work.
- Understand how the work environment shapes organizational performance.
The course details the relationship between behavior and an organization. Explores the evolution of management thought. Highlights models of organizational behavior. It then outlines what constitutes an excellent organization.
Who Should Attend
This course will target the needs of line staff, team members, managers, and human resource professionals.
What Your Delegates Will Learn
At the end of this course, your delegates will be able to:
- Understand the relationship between behavior and the organization.
- Understand the evolution of management thought.
- Appreciate models of organizational behavior.
- Identify and shape an excellent organization.
These are the three key sections of this course.
1. What is organizational behavior?
- Detail that organizational behavior relates to how people interact within groups.
- Discuss the essentials of organizational behavior.
- Define what is organizational behavior.
- Explore the evolution of management perspectives.
2. Models of organizational behavior
- Identify key theories.
- Analyze fundamental organizational theories (scientific management, job simplification, and classical organizational theory).
- Introduce Fayol’s 14 principles
- Detail the Hawthorne Studies.
- Examine human relations theory and McGregor’s Theory X And Y view on management styles.
- Illustrate a systems and contingency perspectives on organizational behavior.
- Outline leadership theories.
- Discuss the role of leadership in organizational behavior.
3. The Excellent Organization
- A bias for action
- Stay close to the customer
- Autonomy and entrepreneurship
- Productivity through people
- Hands-on management
- Stick to the knitting
- Simple form and lean staff
- Both loosely and tightly organized
Organizational Behavior Course Overview
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