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PA 334 Organizational Behaviors and CulturePSYCH 380 Organizational BehaviorsUniversity of Vermont, Summer Session 2013Robert B. Lawson, PhD, and E. Doris Anderson, RN, BA, MPA
(A)
 
Course Participants
 This course is for graduate students from public administration, psychology, health science, and related disciplines(B)
 
Course Objectives
The objectives of the course are to:
 
Identify and manipulate the multiple influences that shape organizational behavior and culture
 
Use scientific principles to shape organizational performances and outcomes
 
Manage needs unique to public sector and not-for-profit organizations—e.g. intangible goals, equitable/fairdistribution of services and products
 
Develop efficacy in conflict management practices for continuous improvement
 
Hone skills in constructive organizational change management(C)
 
Course Meetings and Format
 
 
Class meets on the following days:-
 
Thursday (5/23/13), Friday (5/24/13), and Saturday (5/25/13)-
 
Thursday (6/ 6/13), Friday (6/ 7/13), and Saturday (6/ 8/13)
 
Location: L 202 Lafayette
 
Time: 9:00am 4:30pm
 
Classwork includes lecture, guided discussion, group exercises, and skill development(D)
 
 All students must complete the following requirements:
1. Daily Literature Review papers* to begin May 24, 20132. Student Led Discussions *3. Organizational Culture Analysis (OCA) paper*
Part I: Description of Organizational Culture - Due Date: June 6, 2013. Your paper (6-8 pages, word-processed, double-spaced) mustbe a description of public sector workplace culture as supported by social science and best practice literatures.Part II: Organizational Culture Intervention Plan – Due Date: June 15, 2013. Your paper (4-6 pages, word-processed, double-spaced)must be a plan to modify systematically the organizational culture described in Part I as supported by social science and best practiceliteratures.
4. Final Exam*
Due Date: June 15, 2013.
 
10 page word-processed, double spaced paper in which you answer two of three questionsrelating to workplace culture development/change…social science theory, methodology, and applied practice
.
* We will discuss in class the details of student papers and student-led discussion
 
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(E)
Composition of Final Course Grade
 OCA Paper (Part I - 15 points; Part II- 15 points) 30 pointsDaily Literature Review Papers (1-2 pages) 20 pointsStudent-Led Discussions 20 pointsFinal Exam Paper 30 pointsTotal Grade 100 points(F)
Required Reading
 
Robert B. Lawson, E. Doris Anderson, & Lawrence P. Rudiger (2013)
Psychology and Systems at Work 
,New York: Pearson Publishing(G)
Office Hours by appointment
: You can reach Robert atrblawson@uvm.eduor 802-233-9298 (or)Doris
 
atedanders@uvm.eduor 802-318-0953(H)
Class Schedule
 
 AY 
23, 
 
2013 
 
ORGANIZATIONAL
 
CULTURE
LECTURE ONE 
 A. INTRODUCTION TO WORK CULTUREB. METHODS OF STUDY Lecture 1 Readings: - TEXT: Chapters 1, 2, & Chapter 3 (pp. 41-51)
May 24, 
 
2013 
 
ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
 
 
SYSTEMS
 
LECTURE TWO 
 A.
 
TRANSFORMATIONAL
 
LEADERSHIPB.
 
WORKPLACE
 
SYSTEMS
 
THINKING
 
C.
 
INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL COLLABORATIONLecture 2 Readings: - TEXT: Chapters 4, & 7
May 25, 2013 
 
MOTIVATION & LEARNING
 
LECTURE THREE 
 
 A. EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION & EMOTIONAL
 
INTELLIGENCE
 
B. ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING & INNOVATIONC. CHANGE MANAGEMENTLecture 3 Readings: - TEXT: Chapter 3 (pp. 51-54), Chapter 8,
Chapter 12 (pp. 219-224)

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