Organizational Behavior (ILROB

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ILROB 122 INTRO TO ORGANIZATL BEHAVIOR 3 HRS LET ONLY 000462 LEC 01 MW 1010-1100A IV 305 GONCALO J 000546 SEC 01 F 0905-0955A IV 107 000630 SEC 02 F 1010-1100A IV 107 000714 SEC 03 F 1115-1205P IV 112 000798 SEC 04 F 1220-0110P IV 112 000840 SEC 05 F 0125-0215P IV 112 000882 SEC 06 F 0230-0320P IV 112 000924 SEC 07 F 0335-0425P IV 112 000966 SEC 08 F 1220-0110P IV 217 001008 SEC 09 F 1010-1100A IV 112 001050 SEC 10 F 0230-0320P IV 107 001092 SEC 11 R 0905-0955A IV 107 001134 SEC 12 R 1220-0110P IV 105 001218 SEC 13 F 0125-0215P IV 219 001488 SEC 14 R 0905-0955A IV 111 Introductory survey course of theory and research on individual and group processes (including personality, motivation, communication, leadership), as well as structural and economic forces (including organizational design, power relations, interorganizational ties, social norms and laws) that shape the contemporary workplace. ILROB 222 CONTROVERSIES AB INEQUALITY (SOC 222/GOVT 222/PAM 222) 4 VAR HRS S/U OR LET 013194 LEC 01 MW 0255-0410P IV 305 MORGAN S Permission of instructor. This course introduces students to contemporary debates and controversies about the underlying structure of inequality, the processes by which it is generated and maintained, the mechanisms through which it comes to be viewed as legitimate, natural, or inevitable, and the forces making for change and stability in inequality regimes. These topics are addressed through readings, class discussion, visiting lectures from distinguished scholars of inequality, and debates staged ILROB 329 ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE 4 HRS LET ONLY 001584 LEC 01 MW 0125-0240P IV 219 SONNENSTUHL W Prerequisite: one or more courses in OB and/or sociology. Reviews the concept of culture as it has evolved in sociology and anthropology, applying it to formal organizations in workplaces such as corporations and unions. The course first examines the nature of ideologies as sense-making definitions of behavior, concentrating on the cultural forms that carry these cultural messages, rituals, symbols, myths, sagas, legends, and organizational stories. Considerable attention is given to rites and ceremonials as a cultural form in organizational life that consolidates many of these expressive forms into one. The course examines types of ceremonial behavior such as rites of passage, rites of enhancement, and rites of degradation, including the role of language gestures, physical settings, and artifacts in ceremonial behavior. The presence of subcultures and countercultures in organizational behavior also receive attention, especially the part played by occupational subcultures in formal organizations. ILROB 520 ORGANIZATL BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS 3 HRS LET ONLY 003942 LEC 01 TR 1010-1125A IV 219 HAMMER T Must simultaneously enroll in ILRHR 560 and ILRHR 691. Survey of concepts, theories, and research from the fields of sociology, psychology and social psychology as these relate to the behavior of individuals, groups and work organizations. Topics include: job attitudes, motivation, leadership and power, group formation, organizational structure and interorganizational relations. This course is designed for students in professional programs. ILROB 722 ADVANCED MACRO OB 3 HRS LET ONLY 054672 LEC 01 T 0245-0500P IV 107 TOLBERT P Prerequisite: ILROB 520. Examines the historical development of sociological theories of organizations and contemporary issues in macro organizational research. Emphasizes reading and analysis of primary source material. ILROB 920 ORGANIZL BEHAVR WORKSHOP 2 HRS S/U ONLY 000702 LEC 01 TBA WILLIAMS M Prerequisite: M.S. and Ph.D. candidates in department. All M.S. and Ph.D. candidates in department at work on their theses are strongly urged to enroll. S-U grades only. This workshop is designed to provide a forum for the presentation of current research undertaken by faculty members and graduate students in the Department of Organizational Behavior and by invited guests. Each student is expected to make at least one presentation during the year, focusing on the formulation, design, execution, and results of his or her thesis research.

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