OML-610 Organizational Management and Leadership I

This course presents a comprehensive, integrative, and practical focus on leadership and management. It is based upon a framework that analyzes leadership and management at different levels: individual leadership, team leadership, and organizational leadership. The course presents leadership and management theories/concepts that have emerged over the past several decades. In addition, students will survey contemporary perspectives on ethics, networking, coaching, organizational culture, diversity, learning organizations, strategic leadership, and crisis leadership. Special attention will be paid on examining the role that leaders play in identifying and implementing change in organizations."Note: This course builds upon ORG-502: Leadership and Management in the 21st Century, although that course is not a prerequisite to OML-610. While there is some overlap in content between the two, OML-610 has a far greater emphasis on application and skill development than ORG-502. "

Credits: 3

Offered in Jul 2020, Sep 2020, Jan 2021, May 2021

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