Org Courses

Organizational Behavior: The course covers theory, research, and selected applications on topics such as the changing nature of work, managing diversity, work motivation, power and leadership, group dynamics, and organizational effectiveness. (Fall 2013)
O.B. Readings
O.B. Lecture Notes

Organizational Theory: This is a course about organizations – what they are, how they function, what they mean, and why they matter. The primary goal of this course is to develop an understanding and appreciation of how organizations work and why they operate the way they do. Resources compiled by: Courtney Ackerman, Jem Lugo, Greg Hennessy, and Meghan Smith. (Spring 2014)
O.T. Lecture Notes
O.T. Exam Notes
O.T. Fight Club Analysis

Organizational Development: This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of organizational development and change. Recommending, planning, managing, surviving, and evaluating change are challenges that concern all types of organizations. (Spring 2016)
O.D. Readings
O.D. Lecture Notes