ORGL 3200 - Introduction to Organizational Development


A broad survey of major topics in Organizational Development including but not limited to Introduction to organizational process; creation of organizational growth climates/cultures; examination and selection of effective leadership styles and effective modes of communication; coping with the future in periods of accelerating change.

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Define what forms an organization and be able to conceptualize the field of organizational development.
  2. Elucidate the importance of organizational culture, dimensions of culture and form sense of the cultural landscape as applied to organizations.
  3. Specify the role and importance of Leadership in organizations through culture building, embedding, and evolving.
  4. Chart out the power, politics, and future of Organizational Development.
  • Module 1: Syllabus/Chapter 1
  • Module 2: Chapter 2
  • Module 3: Chapter 3
  • Module 4: Mid-Term
  • Module 5: Chapter 4
  • Module 6: Chapter 5
  • Module 7: Chapter 7
  • Module 8: Chapter 10
  • Module 9: Final Exam

Credit Hours

Organizational Leadership


  • PSYC 1101

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