ORGS 6350 3.00

Level Graduate
Department ORGANIZATION STUDIES - ROOM SSB N303A, (416) 736-5096 fax (416) 736-5687
Description As the environment of many business and nonprofit organizations becomes increasingly complex and unstable, it is imperative that top managers be able to create a climate of flexibility and adaptability in their operations. Organizations must be able to undertake major change without destructive side effects to be truly successful. This course surveys the major methods available to the modern manager for effectively managing the process of change and creating a general climate in which needed changes are sought and welcomed throughout the organization. The course emphasizes case studies and the discussion of alternative change management models. Prerequisite: SB/ORGS 5100 3.00 or INTL 5220 for IMBA students