Designing Complex Organizations

Course Number: 
MGT 690

Organization scientists generally think of organizations as being comprised of three levels of analysis: the individual, the group or department, and the organization itself. This course focuses on the problems and challenges managers face in dealing with the organization as a whole and the interrelationships between organization groups. Specific issues and problems which are covered include: the relationship of the organization with the external environment; the influence of the organization’s strategies, size, and production technology on the organization’s design; and strategies for managing organizational processes such as conflict, culture, and change.

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Credit Hours: 
3.00