BMT-1420 Organizational Management
The rapidly changing business environment forces managers and entrepreneurs to adapt or exit the organization/market. Even if a manager possesses strong strategic management skills, without the ability to manage change and exert the leadership necessary to implement change, the organization will fail. This course is designed to provide an understanding of the forces behind organizational development (OD), the managerial tools used to implement OD, and the managerial skills that will enable the manager to effectively introduce change into the organization.
Prerequisite(s): Reading readiness
Formerly Formerly offered as MGT- 1420. Students may not receive credit for both MGT-1420 and BMT-1420.
1. Define change management, the causes of change, and the types of change
2. Resolve the various conflicts arising at each stage of change management
3.Distinguish among different mechanisms for evaluating and measuring performance/progress
4. Identify strategies for controlling the change management process
5. Analyze the various factors affecting organizational change management
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