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ORL 548 - Organizational Development Theory and Application

This course covers both, theory and application aspects of organizational development. Students will dive into the theoretical foundations of human behavior and learning to examine various aspects of development. Through case studies, discussions, and hands-on projects, they will learn different development models and interventions for individuals, groups, and organizations. The course provides students with a highly practical approach to solve problems faced by managers in today’s highly complex organizational settings. They will also learn different OD diagnostic models, multiple methods for collecting diagnostic data for the organization, and the role of organizational culture in the development of the organization.

Prerequisite: ORL505

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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