Management Thought & OB
Definition of Management
Mintzberg’s Managerial Roles
Field of Organisational Behaviour
Background of Management Approaches
Management - Classical Approach:
Concepts of the Workplace
Strengths of the Theory
Flaws in the Model
Classical Approaches to Management
Behavioral School to Management
Behavioral Science Approach
Approaches to Individual Learning & Behaviour
Four Theories of Learning
Social learning theory
Methods of Shaping Behaviour using Learning Theories
Attitudes, Values & Job Satisfaction
Components of Attitude
Cognitive Dissonance Theory
What causes cognitive dissonance?
How is Cognitive Dissonance to be reduced?
Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance
Impact of Job Dissatisfaction on Employees
Fundamental Attribution Error
Linkage between Perception and Individual Decision Making
Rational Decision-Making Model
Influences on Decision Making: Individual Differences and Organizational Constraints
Session 10: Perception and Decision making
Session 11-12: Personality
Session 12: Personality and Emotional Labor
Session 13: Emotional intelligence
Session 14-15: Motivation
Session 19 : Communication
Session 20: Leadership
Among the core traits identified are:
Limitations of the Trait Theory
Implications of Trait Theory
Behavioural Theories of Leadership
What are the Behavioural Leadership Theories?
Contingency theory of leadership in the workplace
Situational Leadership theory
Path Goal Theory
Leader Participation Model
Leader Member Exchange Theory
Charismatic Leadership theories
Transformational Leadership Theories
Characteristics of Transformational leadership
Trust and Leadership
Types of Trust
Challenges to leaderships in Virtual Teams
Power and Politics
Common Power Tactics in Organizations
The Ethical Use of Power
Distinctions Between Power, Authority and Influence
Conflict & Negotiations
Types of Conflict
Conflict Management Techniques
Ways to Manage Conflicts in Organization
Stages of Negotiation
Approaches to Conflict Management Conflict Management Style
Stress Management Group Stressors
Managing External Factors
Introduction to Internal Factors of Organizational Culture
Nature of the Business
Dimensions of Culture
Strength of Culture
Do Organizations Have a Single Culture?
How Are Cultures Created?
How Are Cultures Maintained?
New Employee Onboarding
Signs of Organizational Culture
Policies & Procedures
Rules and Policies
Stories and Language
How Do Cultures Change?
What is culture, and how can culture be understood through Hofstede’s cultural framework?
Management Implications of Power Distance
Understanding Organizational Structure
Types of Organizational Designs
Types of Organizational Change
Forces for change
What forces create these changes?
Resistance to Change
Is All Resistance Bad?
Models of Change Management
Attitude are “ Evaluative Statements or judgements concerning objects, people or events.”
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