HR 5323 103 Organizational Behavior in Human Relations

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Textbook s and Instructional Materials, Student materials are available at the OU Bookstore Website at. https ou textbookx com institutional index php There is no longer a physical bookstore the store will. remain but textbooks will not be stocked The website has book selling renting buying returning and. order tracking capabilities If you need help with an order or if you have any questions contact the toll. free phone at 1 855 790 6637 agents are available from 9a 5p EST Monday Friday For more. information or questions about textbooks feel free to contact apsyllabi ou edu Text prices are available. 1 Schermerhorn J R Osborn R N Hunt J G 2003 Core concepts of organizational behavior. 3rd ed New York John Wiley ISBN 9780471391821, 2 Materials posted on the OU Canvas learning management system Access Canvas at. https canvas ou edu enter your OU NetID and password and select course to access material If. you require assistance with Canvas please click on the Help icon You can search the Canvas. guides chat with Canvas support or contact OU IT,Recommended Textbooks. For additional information if desired Not provided by Extended Campus. 1 Steers Porter and Bigley Motivation and leadership at work 6th ed McGraw Hill. 2 Robbins Organizational behavior 7th ed Prentice Hall. 3 Phillips Lincoln on leadership Executive strategies for tough times Warner Books. Course Objectives,The student will be able to, 1 examine the many approaches and theories dealing with organizational behavior. 2 critically examine some existing models dealing with motivation at work. 3 discuss general issues dealing with an effective organization including leadership and. organizational culture, 4 examine behavior at the individual group and organizational levels including the concept of.
5 discuss productivity problems in industry including total quality management and the basic. notions behind the learning organization,Course Format. A combination of lectures group discussions case studies and presentations. Assignments Grading and Due Dates,Readings and Class Participation. Before the first class meeting the student is expected to have read all of the assigned readings This is the. only way that we can ensure informed discussions in class I expect students to actively participate in. class exercise and discussions,1 Read the textbooks before class begins. 2 Actively participate in any exercise or class discussion Some of the class exercises will involve a. brief presentation, 3 The first part of the case study should be finished one the first week of class I just need a. statement of the problem without the solution, 4 The solution to the case study is due one week after the last day of class the solution should be.
based on the assigned readings and class discussions. 5 Take the take home final exam, 6 All assignments should be deposit in the Canvas dropbox a week after the last day of class. 7 In case of bad weather or other issues we will use Zoom to meet for class. Case Study, Each class member is expected to develop one case study two to three pages single spaced involving a. problem or situation at work if possible created by a change in the organization or a situation that could. benefit from certain organizational intervention Avoid cases in which the solution simply involves firing. one individual As you write your case study think about the root causes of the problem and try to identify. whether the organizational system is involved in the problem Due first week of class Bring the first the. case study without the solution to class or upload it to the Canvas dropbox Just state the problem. issues and its causes do not worry about a solution at this point This case study must be prepared. before class,Post Seminar Assignment, At the end of the class you will write up a solution for the problem identified in the case study Your. solution should be based on the principles learned It should not be longer than three single spaced pages. and should submitted using in the dropbox on Canvas two weeks after the last day of class October 18. Take home Exam, An exam will determine the grade at the end of the course class participation and discussion and case. study with solution The final exam will be based on the readings and the class lectures The exam will be. take home and should submitted using in the dropbox on Canvas two weeks after the last day of class. October 18 2020,This is a letter graded course A B C D or F.
Notice Failure to meet assignment due dates could result in a grade of I Incomplete and may adversely. impact Tuition Assistance and or Financial Aid,POLICIES AND NOTICES. Attendance Grade Policy, Attendance and participation in interaction individual assignments group exercises simulations role. playing etc are valuable aspects of any course because much of the learning comes from discussions in. class with other students It is expected that you attend all classes and be on time except for excused. emergencies, Excused absences are given for professor mandated activities or legally required activities such as. emergencies or military assignments It is the policy of the University to excuse absences of students that. result from religious observances and to provide without penalty for the rescheduling of examinations and. additional required class work that may fall on religious holidays Unavoidable personal emergencies. including but not limited to serious illness delays in getting to class because of accidents etc deaths. and funerals and hazardous road conditions will be excused. If you are obtaining financial assistance TA STAP FA VA Scholarship etc to pay all or part of your. tuition cost you must follow your funding agency institution s policy regarding I Incomplete grades. unless the timeline is longer than what the University policy allows then you must adhere to the. University policy Students who receive Financial Aid must resolve complete any I Incomplete grades. by the end of the term or he she may be placed on financial aid probation If the I grade is not. resolved completed by the end of the following term the student s Financial Aid may be suspended make. the student ineligible for further Financial Aid, Students are responsible for meeting the guidelines of Tuition Assistance and Veterans Assistance See. the education counselor at your local education center for a complete description of your TA or VA. requirements,Academic Integrity and Student Conduct.
Academic integrity means honesty and responsibility in scholarship Academic assignments exist to help. students learn grades exist to show how fully this goal is attained Therefore all work and all grades. should result from the student s own understanding and effort. Academic misconduct is any act which improperly affects the evaluation of a student s academic. performance or achievement Misconduct occurs when the student either knows or reasonably should. know that the act constitutes misconduct Academic misconduct includes cheating and using. unauthorized materials on examinations and other assignments improper collaboration submitting the. same assignment for different classes self plagiarism fabrication forgery alteration of documents. lying etc in order to obtain an academic advantage assisting others in academic misconduct attempting. to commit academic misconduct destruction of property hacking etc intimidation and interference. with integrity process and plagiarism All students should review the Student s Guide to Academic. Integrity at http integrity ou edu students guide html. Students and faculty each have responsibility for maintaining an appropriate learning environment All. students should review policies regarding student conduct at http studentconduct ou edu. Accommodation Statement, The University of Oklahoma is committed to making its activities as accessible as possible For. accommodations on the basis of disability please contact your local OU Site Director. Adjustment for Pregnancy Childbirth Related Issues. Should you need modifications or adjustments to your course requirements because of documented. pregnancy related or childbirth related issues please contact me as soon as possible to discuss Generally. modifications will be made where medically necessary and similar in scope to accommodations based on. temporary disability Please see http www ou edu content eoo faqs pregnancy faqs html. Title IX Resources, For any concerns regarding gender based discrimination sexual harassment sexual misconduct stalking. or intimate partner violence the University offers a variety of resources including advocates on call 24 7. counseling services mutual no contact orders scheduling adjustments and disciplinary sanctions against. the perpetrator Please contact the Sexual Misconduct Office at smo ou edu or 405 325 2215 8 5 or. the Sexual Assault Response Team at 405 615 0013 24 7 to report an incident To learn more about. Title IX please visit the Institutional Equity Office s website at http www ou edu content eoo html. Course Policies, Advanced Programs policy is to order books in paperback if available Courses dates and professors are. subject to change Please check with your OU Site Director Students should retain a copy of any. assignments that are mailed to the professor for the course Advanced Programs does not provide. duplicating services or office supplies, Any and all course materials syllabus lessons lectures etc are the property of professor teaching the. course and the Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma and are protected under applicable. For more information about Advanced Programs visit our website at http www goou ou edu. INSTRUCTOR VITA,Jorge L Mendoza Ph D,1970 BS in Psychology University of Illinois.
1970 1974 MS and Ph D in Psychology University of Oklahoma Norman Oklahoma. Current Positions,Advanced Programs Professor since 1996. Professor of Psychology and Director of the Industrial Psychology Program University of. Frequently Taught Advanced Programs Courses, HR 5323 Organizational Behavior in Human Relations. HR 5033 Leadership in Organizations, HR 5023 Research in Human Relations Major Areas of Teaching and Research Interest. Representative Publications and Presentations, Kelly E Davis B Nelson J and Mendoza J L 2008 Leader emergence in an internet. environment Computers in Human Behavior 24 2372 2383. Fife D A Mendoza J L and Terry R 2012 The Assessment of Reliability Under Range. Restriction A Comparison of and Test retest Reliability for Dichotomous Data Educational. and Psychological Measurement 72 5 862 868, Fife D A Mendoza J L and Terry R 2013 Revisiting Case IV A reassessment of bias and.
standard errors of Case IV Under Range Restriction British Journal of Mathematical and. Statistical Psychology 66 521 542, Tidwell JW Dougherty MR Chrabaszcz JR Thomas RP Mendoza JL E pub 2013 Dec 5. print in 2014 What counts as evidence for working memory training Problems with. correlated gains and dichotomization Psychonomic Bulleting and Review 21 620 628. Stauffer J M Mendoza J L 2001 The proper sequence for correcting correlation. coefficients for range restriction and unreliability Psychometrika 66 No 1 1 6. Mendoza J L Stafford K L 2001 Confidence intervals power calculations and sample size. estimation for the squared multiple correlation coefficient under the fixed and random regression. models Applied Psychological Measurement 61 650 667. Mendoza J L Stafford K L Stauffer J M 2000 Large sample confidence intervals for the. validity and reliability coefficients Psychological Methods 5 No 3 356 369. Carraher S M Mendoza J L Buckley M R Schoenfeldt L F Carraher C E 1998. Validation of an instrument to measure service orientation Journal of Quality Management 2. Schoenfeldt L F Mendoza J L 1994 Developing and using factorially derived. biographical scales In G S Stokes M D Mumford W A Owens Eds The Biodata. Handbook Theory Research and Applications Palo Alto CA Consulting Psychologists Press. Mendoza J L 1993 Fisher transformations of correlations corrected for selection and missing. data Psychometrika 58 No 4 601 615, McBride A A Mendoza J L Carraher C M 1993 The development of a biodata. instrument to measure service orientation Proceedings of the Midwest Division of the Academy. of Management 36 8 13, Schoenfeldt L F Mendoza J L 1990 The role of computer in the practice of industrial and. organizational psychology In Gutkin T B Wise S Eds The computer as adjunct in the. decision making process Hillsdale NJ Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Representative Honors and Awards Received, Chair American Psychological Association Division 5 Membership Committee 1994. President 1991 Educational Statistician Special Interest Group of the American Educational. Research Association, President Southern Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology 1977 1978.
NIMH Grant Proposal Reviewer Committee on violence and sexual assault 1981 1985. APA Committee on Psychological Tests and Assessment 1985 1987. Proposal Reviewer NIH Small Business Grants 1987 1988. NIH Special Reviewer Behavioral Medicine Study Section 1992. Major Areas of Teaching and Research, Psychological Measurements and Statistics Validation Structural Equations Biodata Selection. Procedures, Organizational Behavior Motivation Leadership Service Orientation. 4 examine behavior at the individual group and organizational levels including the concept of teams and 5 discuss productivity problems in industry including total quality management and the basic notions behind the learning organization Course Format A combination of lectures group discussions case studies and presentations

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