Peter Drucker, a pioneer in the field of management, once said that people have a perverse tendency to behave like human beings. Of course, we are not machines, and certainly not programmable. But through the study of organizational behavior, we can gain insights into what makes people tick within a work context. Increasing your understanding of your own behavior and that of your colleagues, teams and leaders, is an important first step to bringing positive change to how you and your organization work.
This course is part of the Foundations of Management Specialization
About this Course
Skills you will gain
- Management Styles
- Organizational Culture
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Course Overview & Week 1: Motivation
Week 2: Leadership
Week 3: Teamwork
Week 4: Culture
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- 2 stars0.78%
- 1 star0.49%
TOP REVIEWS FROM ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: HOW TO MANAGE PEOPLE
The course has provided some useful theoretical perspectives and practices that allow us to perform our work better, especially in managing people.
I like how the professor explains things. Also, she's not boring to look at and listen to. Her voice is alive that makes me more attentive whil
I have really learned a lot from this course. We got to know about the attitudes and behaviour of employees in the work environment.
An excellent foundational course on managing people. I particularly appreciated the academic theory serving as the backbone of the course. Professor Raes was also especially good. Highly recommended!
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