Advanced Organizational Behavior (M2750)
Time: Thursday 2:00-5:00PM
Telephone: 2363-0231 ext. 2374 ext. 7305
Place: South 309, Department of Psychology, NTU.
A study of the social and psychological factors affecting human behavior in workplace. Topics include motivation, job-attitude, group process, conflict, leadership, corporate culture, and organizational change.
The purpose of the course is to provide an analytical understanding of organizational behavior that will contribute to your skills as an organizational scientist and/or professional consultant.
There will be a set of readings will have been assigned for each class meeting. At least one major reading will have an assigned discussion leader. This discussion leader will be responsible for summarizing the major reading, identifying its major strength and weaknesses, and leading the class in a discussion of the reading and related materials. Additionally, a review paper will be written.
3) 如果有 issue 上的問題，可以提出來做課堂討論之用。
Review paper 50%
Chapter 1: Individual Characteristics
1.Palmer, D. (2006). Taking stock of the criteria we use to evaluate one another’s work: ASQ 50 years out. Administrative Science Quarterly, 51, 535-559.
2.Rynes, S. L. (2007). Afterwork: To the next years. Academy of Management Journal, 50(6), 1379-1383.
3. Nord W. R., Brief A. P., Atieh J. M. & Doherty E. M. (1988). Work Values and Conduct of Organizational Behavior. Research in Organizational Behavior, 10, 1-42.
4. Warr P. & Conner M. (1992). Job Competence and Cognition. Research in Organizational Behavior, 14, 91-128.
5. Kanfer, R. & Heggestad, E. D. (1997). Motivational traits and skills: A person-centered approach to work motivation. Research in Organizational Behavior, 19,