|Course code: 176301||Subject title: ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN AND BEHAVIOR|
|Credits: 6||Type of subject: Mandatory||Year: 2||Period: 1º S|
|Department: Gestión de Empresas|
|GOÑI LEGAZ, SALOMÉ (Resp)||ERRO GARCES, AMAYA|
Module: Organization and Human Resources.
Individual, group behavior, organizational structure, organizational culture.
CG01. Analysis and synthesis skills.
CG02. Ability to organize and plan.
CG03. Oral and written communication in the native language.
CG04. Writing and speaking in a foreign language.
CG06. Ability to find and analyze information from different sources.
CG07. Ability to solve problems.
CG08. Ability to make decisions.
CG09. Ability to work in a team.
CG12. Skills in personal relationships.
CG14. Critical thinking and self-assessment.
CG15. Ethical commitment in the workplace.
CG17. Autonomous learning skills.
CG18. Ability to adapt to new situations.
CB1 - Students have demonstrated that they possess knowledge of and understand an area of study, based on general secondary education and usually to a level which, albeit with the support of advanced text books, also includes some aspects which imply knowledge of the latest developments in their field of study.
CB2 - Students know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and possess skills which are usually demonstrated by developing and defending arguments and resolving problems in their area of study.
CB3 - Students are able to compile and interpret relevant information (normally within their area of study) in order to voice opinions which include reflection on relevant themes of a social, scientific or ethical nature.
CB4 - Students are able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.
CB5 - Students have developed those learning skills required in order to undertake further studies with a considerable degree of self-reliance.
CE01. Understanding economic institutions as the result and the application of theoretical or formal representations about how the economy works.
CE04. Applying professional criteria based on the management of technical tools to the analysis of business problems.
CE09. Ability to integrate in any functional area of a company or organization and perform any task in them.
CE10. Creating and managing a business in its key dimensions.
CE11. Understanding the nature of the company as an organization and as a place of interaction of agents with different objectives.
CE13. Identifying the firm as a system and recognizing interdependencies between the different functional areas.
CE14. Implementing policies and practices aimed at improving effectiveness and efficiency.
CE19. Applying techniques to improve the training, development and motivation of human resources
R_DG_01. Understand the theoretical foundations in decision making.
R_DG_02. Achieve an understanding of the Business Theory: organizing and functional areas.
R_DG_03. Identifying the main concepts from the Organizational Theory: Understanding the main concepts from the Organization Theory and Organizational Behavior; Comparing different theories on Organizational Behavior; Understanding the relationships between the different levels of the organization.
R_DG_05. Applying organizational behavior theories to individual development.
R_DG_06. Applying organizational behavior theories to non-complex real situations.
R_DG_07. Understand the mainstays of conflict resolution and the basics of effective cooperation.
|Classroom hours||Out of classrooms hours|
|A-1 Large group sessions-theory and practice (includes final exam)||46|
|A-2 Medium-sized group sessions-practice||14|
|A-3 Essays and exercises||24|
|A-4 Individual study||40|
|A-5 Prepare for exams and quizzes||18|
|A-1 Large group sessions (final exam included)||CG01, CG04, CG07, CG08, CG09, CG18, CG20, CE04, CE09, CE10 CB1|
|A-2 Medium size group sessions||CG03, CG08, CG09, CG12, CE14, CE19,CB2, CB3, CB4|
|A-3 Essays and exercises||CG06, CG09, CG12, CG14, CG20, CB2, CB3, CB4|
|A-4 Individual study||CG01, CG02, CG15, CG17, CE01, CE11, CE13, CB1|
|A-5 Prepare tests and exams||CG02, CG07, CG15, CE11, CB1, CB5|
|A-6 Tutorials||CB1, CB2, CB3|
|Learning outcomes||Evaluation||Weight (%)||Retake evaluation|
|R_DG_01 R_DG_02 R_DG_03 R_DG_07 R_DG_08||Midterm exams||15 %||Yes|
|R_DG_05||Individual work/Participation||15 %||No|
|R_DG_01 R_DG_02 R_DG_03 R_DG_07 R_DG_08||Final exam. To pass the course it is necessary to obtain at least 4 points out of 10 in the final exam||50%||
This course aims to bring students to the study of human behavior within organizations, as well as of the knowledge of the main variables related to the design of the organization. This general objective implies that the student knows the problems faced by organizations in this field, the main theoretical developments in the discipline, his personal position on these issues and developing the ability to translate knowledge into practice.
The course aims to provide the basic theoretical foundation for effective leadership at any level in any function within organizations. Therefore, its contents are very useful to perform management tasks that involve responsibility for people.
The course content is structured in three blocks. The first one takes the individual as the basic unit of analysis, studying the relevant dimensions related to her behavior within organizations. The second one identifies the relationship between individuals within groups in organizations. The third section is aimed at analyzing the elements that define and shape the organization as a set of relationships and people.
Subject 1. Introduction to Organizational Behavior
Subject 2. Personality and work values and job attitudes
Subject 3. Individual perception and decision-making
Subject 4. Motivation: basic and applied concepts
Subject 5. Group behavior and teams
Subject 6. Leadership and power
Subject 7. Conflict and negotiations
Subject 8. Basic challenges of organizational design
Subject 9. Organizational structures
Subject 10. Organizational culture
Robbins, S. P. and Judge, T. A. (2013): Essentials of organizational behavior, 12th edition, Global edition, Pearson Education Ltd., Essex, England.
Jones, G. R. (2012): Organizational Theory, Design and Change, 7th edition, Pearson, Upper Saddle River, USA.
Robbins, S. P., Judge, T. A. and Campbell, T. T. (2010): Organizational Behavior, 1st edition, Pearson Education Ltd., Essex, England.
Mintzberg, H. (1979): The Structuring of Organizations: A Synthesis of the Research. Prentice-Hall. Michigan.
Wagner, J.A. and Hollenbeck, J.R. (2015): Organizational behavior: securing competitive advantage. Routledge. New York.
Campus de Arrosadia.