|Subject: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (MBA ) 2013-2014 |Trimester: I | |Hours / Week: 4 Hours / Week (45 hours in total) | |Faculty: Dr Harold Andrew Patrick |Total Credits: 3 Credits |
1. To enhance the students’ understanding of one’s own behavior and its impact on others in the organization. 2. To develop a meaningful insight to diagnose and effectively deal with human behavior at the workplace. 3. To develop student’s skills for influencing & managing groups, thereby enhancing personal and interpersonal skills.
The course is designed to introduce the field of Organizational Behavior, giving special attention to the major challenges and the paradigm shift facing today's management - to present the organizational behavior perspective for management through exercises, activities and simulations. An experiential learning methodology is adopted through the use of Case Studies, Group Discussions, Games, Role-Plays & the administration of Psychological Instruments. Group tasks and presentations are compulsory.
Core Text Books:
1. Udai Pareek.(2012). Understanding Organizational Behavior.( Revised and updated by Sushma Khanna ).Oxford University Press. 2. Quick, Nelson and Khandelwal. (2012). ORGB, Organizational Behavior. 2e. South Asian Perspective, Cengage Learning
1. Luthans, F. (2009). Organizational Behavior. McGraw –Hill International Edition. 2. Helriegel, D., Slocum, J.N., and Woodman, R. W. (2009). Organizational behavior. McGraw Hill. 3. Hodegetts, R. M. (2009). Organizational Behavior. Macmillan. 4. Greenberg, J. and Baron, R. A. (2009). Behavior in Organizations. Prentice Hall of India. 5. Kreitner, R. and Kinicki, A. (2009). Organizational Behavior. McGraw Hill. 6. Robbins, S., Judge, T. and Vohra, N. (2011) Organizational Behavior, 14th Edition. Pearson.
|Syllabus |Topic- Break up |Hrs |Date |Teaching |Assignments |Readings | |Unit | | | |Method | | | |UNIT 1 |Introduction to Organizational Behavior, Expectations |1 |3 to 8 June, 2013 | | | | | |Level of Knowledge : basic |3 | |Interactive / Lecture /|Book-1.The Dabbawalas of |Book 1-Ch 1 | | |Introduction, Meaning, Importance, Behavioral sciences and | | |Discussion / Case Study |Mumbai-Analyse the case in the|Book 2 – Ch 1,2 | | |Organizational behavior, Basic concepts, Organisations as | | | |light of your basic | | | |open systems, Formal and informal types, Managerial roles and | | | |understanding of OB concepts- | | | |functions,Trends in OB including changing contexts and | | |...
References: List of term paper topics will | |
| |be given at the beginning of the course. | |
|C.I.A – 2 |A) MCQ containing 50 questions through Moodle – 15 conceptual, 20 analytical and 15 application-oriented. That |Both these components will have 20 marks |
| |apart, 15 will be easy, 20 moderate and 15 difficult questions. |absolute scores. |
| |B) Learning Diary – Contents: Individual SWOT, Continuous Introspection, Reflect on concepts discussed in class, | |
| |Application of OB concepts through journaling incidents, experiences, events, Action Plan drawn and achieved, | |
| |periodic submission and checks (This will be in a practical record book). | |
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