BUS 631: Leadership and Organizational Dynamics: Getting Started
Organizational Behavior (OB): Social behavior determined by the interaction of individuals in a corporate environment and shaped by a corporate culture. The central idea of the study of organizational behavior is that a scientific approach can be applied to the management of workers.
Leadership: Position, traits, and characteristics associated with the principle managers and executives who exercise authority and power, set the trends, influence and motivate their peers and subordinates, and determine the goals and fortunes of an organization.
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