组织行为学

 

杨飞 校代表/教授

 

Email: Fei.Yang@cuw.edu

 

课程大纲

无论是管理学科学领域刚入门的新生,或是企业组织中常面临各种决策的经理人和管理的从业人员,抑或此两种角色兼具的MABEMBA学生,如何在一大堆的工具与量表中,快速且正确地找出适合的方法并使用无误,毋庸置疑地,是能否畅游于企业管理或企业相关管理科学领域的重要关键之一。

课程的基本原理 - 组织行为学

    本书是由美国著名管理学家斯蒂芬·P.罗宾斯教授所撰写的经典教材,系统地覆盖了组织行为学领域的主要内容,从个体行为、群体行为、组织系统和组织动力等角度论述了管理中的人的行为问题,囊括了组织行为学研究的最新理论成果和实践经验总结。全书框架结构合理,体裁新颖,语言生动,在介绍理论的同时配以最新的案例,激发读者的兴趣。作者在每一章都设计了“是神话还是科学”、“新闻中的组织行为学”等专栏帮助读者理解概念和理论,还独具匠心地设计了对一个问题从正反两方面进行辩论的专栏。章后都有大量练习和案例,帮助读者深入掌握所学内容。

本书是一本不可多得的优秀教材,不仅适合工商管理专业的学生,也适合广大的管理工作者。

 

评量

课程评量如下:

上課出席和参与         30%

案列分析和问题讨论     30%

期末作              40%

 

 

 

 

组织行为学(第13

ISBN978-730-223-884-3

作者斯蒂芬·P.罗宾斯

 

课程时间表

第一节

l           什么是组织行为学

l           个体行为的基础

第一章 ~ 第二

第二节

l           态度和工作满意度

l           个性与价值观

第三章~第四章

第三节

l           知觉与个体决策

l           基本激励概念

第五章 ~ 第六章

第四节

l           激励:从概念到应用

l           情绪与心态

第七章~第八章

第五节

l           群体行为的基础

l           理解工作团队

第九章 ~ 第十章

第六节

l           沟通

l           领导的基本方法

第十一章 ~ 第十二章

第七节

l           当代的领导议题

l           权力与政治

第十三章 ~ 第十四章

第八节

l           冲突与谈判

l           组织结构的基础

第十五章 ~ 第十六章

第九节

l           人力资源政策和实践

第十七章

第十节

l           组织变革与压力管理

第十八章

 

 Organizational Behavior

Dr. Jack Fei Yang

Email: Fei.Yang@cuw.edu

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The class material will include both theory and practical application of Organizational Behavior in organizations.  OB is the study of how individuals and groups impact the behavior within an organization.  It is a field of systematic study that focuses on improving productivity, quality, and assisting practitioners to develop methods to empower people as well as to design and implement change programs.  We live in a world characterized by rapid change, globalization, and diversity.  OB offers insights in these areas while providing guidance for managers in creating an ethically healthy work climate..

 

Expected Outcomes

1. Explain how personality and perception influence behavior in organizations.

2. Apply concepts associated with effective work design to suggest tactics for enhancing work performance in organizations.

3. Apply theories and concepts of decision making/problem solving to develop strategies/design effective systems in these areas.

4. Apply theories and concepts of motivation to develop strategies for improving work performance.

5. Apply theories and concepts of leadership to develop strategies for improving work performance.

6. Apply theories and concepts of change to develop strategies for improving work performance.

7. Apply theories and concepts of goal setting, feedback, and conflict management to develop strategies for imp4roving organizational communication.

8. Apply theories and concepts from the behavioral sciences to develop strategies for effective teamwork.

Learning is the responsibility of both the instructor and the students.  Student performance will be assessed in several ways during the semester..

Accessibility

Students with disabilities or special needs are asked to inform the instructor as early as possible in the term in order to facilitate accommodation.

Grading

Class grades will be examined and given in the following manner:

Class Attendance and Participation 30% 

Case study and Question Discussion 30%

Final Report  40%

 

 

Organizational Behavior 13th edition

Stephen P. Robbins (2011)

Prentice Hall:  Upper Saddle River, NJ

 

COURSE TIMETABLE

One

l         Introductions and course overview

l         What is Organizational Behavior?

l         Foundations of Individual Behavior  

Chapters 1 & 2

Two

l         Attitudes and Job Satisfaction

l         Personality and Values

Chapters 3 & 4

Three

l         Perception and Individual Decision Making

l         Basic Motivation Concepts

Chapters 5 & 6

Four

l         Motivation:  From Concepts to Applications

l         Foundations of Group Behavior

Chapters 7 & 8

Five

l         Understanding Work Teams

l         Communication

Chapters 9 & 10

Six

l         Basic Approaches to Leadership

l         Contemporary Issues in Leadership

Chapters 11 & 12

Seven

l         Power and Politics

l         Conflict and Negotiation

Chapters 13 & 14

Eight

l         Foundations of Organization Structure

l         Organizational Culture

Chapters 15 & 16

Nine

l         Human Resource Policies and Practices

Chapters 17

Ten

l         Organizational Change and Stress Management Project Week

Chapters 18

 

 

Class Project and Assignments

Detailed instructions for the project and out of class assignments will be given to you in separate handouts.

 

Academic Integrity

All students are expected to observe the rules and regulations of the college.  Please refer to your student handbook for specific details.  Ethically appropriate behavior is expected from all students.  Students who violate the College’s code of ethics and/or other academic policies, will be referred to the appropriate disciplinary body

 

Accessibility

Students with disabilities or special needs are asked to inform the instructor as early as possible in the term in order to facilitate accommodation.

 

Examinations

Grades are based on 3-5 problem sets for each chapter. The problem sets count 60% and the assignment count 40% of your grade. Problem sets must be submitted by email to  Fei.Yang@cuw.edu as a word attachment. Please: use your student ID as the name of your homework file so that I do not receive 10 files all called "homework1"

 

Professor: Dr. Jack Fei Yang

TEL: +8613521518649

E-mail: Fei.Yang@cuw.edu