10430 Organizational Behavior – Micro level

Credits: 6 intermediate credits in Management

Prerequisites: none

Author: Aviad Bar-Haim, Varda Wasserman, Sharon Arieli-Langer, Orly Tenne-Gazit, Eyal Rechter, Lior Loew, Hila Hofstetter.

The course acquaints the student with the field of organizational behavior which developed from sociology, psychology and management theory. It deals with the micro and meso levels of analysis of processes within organizations. The course suggests a large variety of theories in the field of motivation, stress and burnout, personality and individual differences, perception, learning, attitudes and emotions, and group dynamics within work teams.