what one aspect of organizational management have you found the most compelling

| February 8, 2016

Let’s think about what we’ve read about, discussed, and written about over the summer. We’ve looked at a number of different topics: we looked at organizational culture, a number of theories and how different generations affect them (and vice-versa). We built a little Brain Booster so that we could experience motivation, we built pyramids, and we were exposed to the FIRO-B and how personality may affect conflict in organizations. We saw how managers’ behavior changes as their organizations change, we got some insights about how to manage change, and we talked about how pathology manifests itself in organizations. Your text hasn’t been that bad, really, and in fact, it was a solid supplement. And you were exposed to a number of presentations on the topics of leadership development and organizational effectiveness.

So, thinking about the semester’s content, here is your final exam question: what one aspect of organizational management have you found the most compelling? What insights does it offer regarding how to manage in organizations? How would you do so?

How here’s an option. If you choose, you may identify the one aspect of the course held the least possible interest for you, and explain why that was the case. Why would you not want to take that topic into account as you prepare to enter a career as a professional in an organization?

Of course, please get in touch with any questions. Again, your final is due by 5 PMWednesday, August 3.

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