BUS 2102 Organizations - Design, Management, and Change (4)
What are organizations and how do people design, manage, and adapt them to meet their objectives? This course answers that question by introducing students to principles of organizational design and discussing evidence concerning the relationship between organizational structures, work processes, and enterprise outcomes. The course also familiarizes students with the processes through which organizations change and how the change resulting from these processes affects organizations’ stakeholders, missions, and outcomes. Students taking the course will become fluent in the concepts guiding organizational design, management, and change.
- Offering: Every semester