MGMT 916: Seminar in Organization Theory (3)

This course provides an advanced survey of theories about organizations as entities, their properties, and major processes. Topics include structures, structural change, organizational forms, decentralization, effectiveness, adoption and diffusion processes, concepts and theories of processes, interdependence and recent developments in organizational design and change. Major organization theories are also covered. Students are expected to write a serious research paper. This course is primarily for School of Business Ph.D. students but other advanced graduate students may enroll with the permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: Doctoral standing or masters students with at least one undergraduate or M.B.A. level behavioral science course or consent of instructor. LEC
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