THEORIES AND PRACTICES OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOURAcademic Year 2023/2024 - Teacher: GIUSEPPE SANTISI
Expected Learning Outcomes
The aim of the course is to delve into models and practices of organizational behavior with a historical projection, from the first organic theorizations up to the most recent and emerging models and practices. The expected results aim to verify the ability to frame the evolution of organizational models and their implementation in practice. Particular attention will be paid in the process of evaluating learning and its results to the ability to analyze and grasp the critical factors emerging from the impact of new technologies on the role of the "person" in the organizational scene.
Attendance of Lessons
Detailed Course Content
b) Shani, A., Guerci, M., Cirella, S. (eds.) (2014). Collaborative Management Research: teoria, metodi, esperienze. Milano: Raffaello Cortina Editore (capp.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7)
Learning Assessment Procedures
The exam takes place in oral form. The final evaluation can benefit from the outcome of individual or group exercises, planned by the teacher and whose participation is not obligatory but strongly recommended.
Below are the evaluation criteria that are followed to evaluate the student during the exam:
· Adequacy of expression regarding contents and method
· Lexical correctness
· Breadth and thematic awareness
· Ability for critical analysis
· Interdisciplinary connection ability
· Ability to re-elaborate the knowledge acquired
· Ability to transfer knowledge to operational contexts
Examples of frequently asked questions and / or exercises
a) The concept of complex organization?
b) What is the evolutionary path of the organization and its managerial models?
c) Building the organization. What analysis factors?
d) The role of organizational culture
e) The role of technology
f) Learning and change in organizations
g) What does the Collaborative Management Research model consist of?