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Course Code: 
BHR 3101
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Course Description & Objectives: 

The course provides students with knowledge concerning the orientation and nature of human behavior within the context of the individual, group and organizational systems. In the broadest perspective, this course shall enable students to recognize, understand and evaluate the foundations of organizational behaviour and how the different aspects of behaviour impact on organizational performance. Some of these aspects include personality, perception, motivation, communication, power and politics, leadership, organizational change, and team decision making. By applying theory and models to "real- life" situations, students should be able to influence organizational behaviour to foster organisational effectiveness. Course ObjectivesStudents should acquire general understanding of organizational behaviourand specifically the:

  • The foundations of individual bahaviour and how such aspects affect performance
  • The foundations of group behaviour and how such aspects affect group processes
  • How organizational systems influence behaviour?
  • Application of theory and models to practical ways of reinforcing behaviour.
Learning Outcomes: 

By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  • Identify the factors which affect peoples’ behaviour and attitude towards work.
  • Develop a foundation of knowledge and skills regarding motivation, perception, and communication
  • Make decisions regarding leadership and organizational change.

Influence organizational behaviour effectively

Organisational theory
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