“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.”
— Albert Einstein
MBA 539 / OB 551 Theory and Practice of Third-World Development
Paradigms of economic development; strategies and applications in various societies.
OB 347 Leadership
Principles and practices needed to serve as effective leaders in families, church, community, and work settingsplanning, decision-making, self-awareness, effective human influence, and community building.
OB 490R/P-Mgt. 692R Becoming a Social Entrepreneur/Global Change AgentProfessional Development Seminar.
This class focuses on skills, concepts, and strategies for becoming social entrepreneurs who address global problems by creating new social inventions and social purpose enterprises.
MBA 543 Dynamics of Organizational Change
Forces operating to induce or resist change in organizations; current models and methods of OD (organizational development) and other consulting/intervention processes.
OB 660 Spirituality in Business, Ethics, Social Responsibility and Moral Organizations
OB 616 Industrial Democracy
Survey of global movements to democratize the workplace including European and U.S. efforts, co-determination, worker ownership through ESOPs/Co-ops and other systems of participative leadership.
MBA/EMBA 501 Organizational Behavior for Managers
Introduces EMBAs with considerable managerial experience to core OB/HR concepts, theories, and applications.
MBA/EMBA 682 Ethics, Business, and Society
Offers a critical assessment of American unethical/illegal practices. Tools are explored for preserving ones integrity, and reshaping corporate culture towards higher moral values and company practices.
OB 321 Organizational Effectiveness
Theories and concepts for creating effective organizations, e.g., individual, group, and organizational processes and human resource functions.
“We know truth, not only by reason, but also by the heart.”
— Blaise Pascal
Is there any organizational behavior in all this?
“The dearest ones of time, the strongest friends of soul—books.”
— Emily Dickinson