Group Behavior in Organizations

This online training course on Group Behavior in Organizations, is a comprehensive coverage in the field of OB delivered by an associate professor of a leading b-school
Course Faculty
Dr. Neena Prasad
Associate professor at a leading b-school more>>
Basic Course Offerings
8 Lecture Topics
2+ Hours of Video Lectures
Course Specials
Interactive Discussion Forum
Course Completion Certificate
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Course Overview
This online training course on Group Behavior in Organizations, is a comprehensive coverage in the field of OB delivered by an associate professor of a leading b-school.

The course covers group behavior patterns, group structures and roles, tasks, decision making process and techniques, the Rational Model, Bounded Rationality Model, decision making styles, brainstorming, the Nominal Group Technique, organizational communication, leadership, Trait theory, Contingency theory, Hersey and Blanchard model, Path-Goal theory, organizational change, theory O and theory E, organizational development and more.

Course Curriculum
1 Group Behavior in Organizations Part 1 17:18
2 Group Behavior in Organizations Part 2 15:07
3 Group Behavior in Organizations Part 3 15:31
4 Group Behavior in Organizations Part 4 Preview 10:28
5 Communication in an Organization 22:24
6 leadership 20:48
7 Organisational Change and Development Part 1 12:44
8 Organisational Change and Development Part 2 21:29
Final Exam - Group behavior in organizations  

Eligibility Criteria
This course is ideal for managers in the HR division of an organization, Students persuing MBA in HR management and HR Consultants.

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Course Expert
Dr. Neena Prasad
A double MBA in Marketing and Retail Management, M.Phil in General Management and a PhD in Marketing. She is currently an associate professor at a leading business school in India.

Her areas of expertise include Strategic Management, Marketing Management, Organizational Behavior, Statistics and Operations Research, Entrepreneurial Development, Statistics and Operations Research et. al.
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