The Organizational Effectiveness major is designed to educate students in the leading edge of theory and practice associated with the management of employees and the design of organizations. It spans topics from understanding the behavior of individuals and groups to designing management systems and structures to support business strategy. It serves students with a range of career objectives: (1) those who seek leadership positions focusing on employees in organizations; (2) those interested in consulting in the area of organizational effectiveness or management consulting more generally; and (3) those interested in balancing a more technical academic and business backgrounds with greater depth in understanding behavioral and management expertise.
Requirements for the Major
The major requires four credit units. Only one credit unit of pass/fail coursework can be counted toward the major.
- Organizational Effectiveness required courses (1.5 cu)
MGMT 610 Foundations of Teamwork and Leadership (0.5 cu)
MGMT 611 Managing the Established Enterprise
MGMT 612 Managing the Emerging Enterprise
- Plus 2.5 credit units of the following:
MGMT 624 Leading Diversity in Organizations (0.5 cu)
MGMT 625 Corporate Governance, Executive Compensation and the Board (0.5 cu)
MGMT 671 Executive Leadership
MGMT 691 Negotiations
MGMT 740 Leading Effective Teams
MGMT 772 Power & Politics in Organizations (0.5 cu)
MGMT 802 Innovation, Change, & Entrepreneurship (0.5 cu)
MGMT 816 Building Human Assets in Entrepreneurial Ventures (0.5 cu)
MGMT 895 Advanced Study Project in Management
Advisor: Adrian Tschoegl (telephone: 215.898.1149; email firstname.lastname@example.org
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