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Organizational Development

  • Builds Organizational Development Skills to Increase Productivity
  • Imparts Analytical Proficiencies to Gauge Organizational Performance
  • Provides Techniques for Organizational Problem Solving

A core foundation of any organization is creating an environment where goals are efficiently reached and performance is maximized. This is accomplished through the understanding of organizational life, including culture, values, systems, and behavior with the goal of increasing organizational effectiveness and health through effective change management. These courses teach you to analyze productivity, organizational effectiveness, and efficiency through the tools of motivation, decision-making, communication, leadership, job and organizational design, group behavior, administrative processes, and organizational power and politics.

Clinical Communications and Group Dynamics

Gain management techniques for interfacing with stakeholders when designing, developing, and implementing a project at a healthcare facility.

2 sections

Foundations of Organizational Development

Gain an introduction to the theories and concepts of organizational development in this foundational course.

2018 Fall
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Leadership Step by Step

Gain knowledge of leadership by putting it into practice, which will help you to grow into an effective, confident, and empathetic leader.

2018 Fall
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Organizational Behavior

Explore behavioral influences that affect productivity, organizational effectiveness, and efficiency.

2018 Fall
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Organizational Change Management

Learn effective techniques and systems that facilitate change, and explore the dynamic role of today’s change manager.

2018 Fall
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Building Dynamic, Collaborative Teams

Gain the skills to build a dynamic, collaborative team and a company culture that cultivates teamwork, engagement, and motivational feedback.

2018 Fall
+ 1 more semester
2 sections