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ORGL4000 - Organizational Design/Effectiv

Fall 2023

Organizations thrive, muddle along or fail because of a wide variety of reasons. This course will explain how organizations, whether for-profit, non-profit or governmental, formal or informal, short-lived or long, are designed and what enables the people in them to perform with satisfaction and goal accomplishment. Organization theory will be incorporated for explaining how organizations work and for guiding an analysis of the contingencies, the overlapping elements of organizations. Contingencies of organizations, introduced by students and the instructor, producing goods and/or services, will be compared and contrasted. Students will choose an organization they can focus on for conducting an analysis of organizational effectiveness. They will also deomonstrate an understanding of how design and structure enable or hamper an organization's ability to reach its goals.
Prerequisite: ORGL1100, ORGL2200 & ORGL3200 3 Credits
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: R
Location: Moon
Room: Hale Center 210
Time: 11:30-01:30 pm
Instructor: Quigley
Session: 3 (08/26/2024 - 10/18/2024)
Term: Fall 2024
Prerequisite: ORGL1100, ORGL2200 & ORGL3200 3 Credits