Walsh

MGT 707 MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS

This course traces the evolution of management theory throughout modern history. Students will examine seminal and contemporary theories and apply them towards their understanding of today's global organization and the modern leader. The course will review and critically discuss management theories, developments, and relevant debates that have prevailed throughout the years. Students will broaden their understanding of the modern global organization's environment by deepening their knowledge of the historical and societal influences that have shaped the situations facing contemporary leaders. Students will be prepared to undertake higher level discussions of issues of theory and the development of theory. The course is designed to develop professional knowledge to be used in doctoral and future research and teaching.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

MGT 700

Distribution

MANAGEMENT