Duration 2 weeks
Weekly study 4 hours
Learn to understand the behaviour of your colleagues, managers and reports
Understanding how a business behaves can help us to understand how a business works - and how it can be made to work better. We call this discipline organisational behaviour.
On this course, you’ll explore the key approaches, concepts and issues in organisational behaviour - and how they apply to you. You’ll investigate why people act as they do, along with how managers can prevent workplace misbehaviour.
Ultimately, you’ll develop a better comprehension of how everyone in your organisation (including you) behaves and interacts. This will help you and your organisation to work better.
What topics will you cover?
- Key approaches and issues in organisational behaviour
- Goals of organisational behaviour
- Fundamental roles and skills of managers in the 21st century
- Manifestations of organisational misbehaviour
- Roles of managers in addressing organisational misbehaviour
When would you like to start?
Date to be announced
Who is the course for?
This course would suit professionals at all levels in an organisation, across all disciplines. It may be of particular interest to those in leadership or managerial roles - looking to improve business processes by managing organisational behaviour.
What's different about this course?
Since 2017 you have been able to take a degree on FutureLearn. This free course is a bit like a starter course for a degree — it should give you a flavour of the degree subject but can also be your first step towards a degree qualification.
If you enjoy this course you can apply to join the program it’s part of to start working towards a degree on FutureLearn.
Don’t worry, you can still take the course without doing a full degree!
How do degrees work on FutureLearn?
Which program and degree is this course part of?
This course is part of the program Organisational Behaviour and Learning , which is one of the building blocks that leads to degrees in MBA , MBA (for the Cyber Security Management sector), MBA (for the Healthcare sector), MBA with Artificial Intelligence Specialism, Master of Business Administration (Sustainable Tourism), and MBA with Marketing Specialism.
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