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Change Ethics – W15.2

Whether initiated in response to some external stimulus, or reflecting a shift in direction conceived by and driven from within an organization, the change process can increase the power of managers relative to others. This can happen because someone at … Continue reading

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Theories about Theories – 6219 Day One

Axiologies answer the question of what we value. There are two essential components to an axiology, the first dealing with ethics and the second dealing with aesthetics. Ethics has enjoyed a rapid rise in interest over the last couple of … Continue reading

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Behavior in organizations

The study of organizational behavior (OB) is a key component of all business administration and management programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. However, contrary to what the name might suggest, the study of OB is not literally concerned with … Continue reading

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