Organizational Behaviour and Analysis
A review of the origins, analytic traditions, and evolution of the study of organizations, focusing on exploring and analyzing the behaviour of public organizations. Topics include goal formation, tasks, technology, formal structure, informal organization, motivation, perception, values, culture, information, decision making, group dynamics, conflict, leadership, empowerment, creativity, learning and innovation. Concepts and theories are complemented by reviewing seminal literature on private, public, and non-profit organizations, and by undertaking field research.
Graduate course in the Public Administration program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.