Organizational Change
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Organizational Change

University course as being teached at Swedish universities that will introduce you to the Organizational Change.
4.4 (121 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
3,507 students enrolled
Created by Robert Barcik
Last updated 9/2015
English
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand and execute the basics of organizational change.
  • Improve the learning of any organization.
  • Acknowledge the basic biases in organizational decision making.
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Requirements
  • We recommend going through our Introduction to Organizations course prior taking this course.
Description

In order for organizations to survive, these must be changing according to the conditions they are facing constantly. Hence, organizational change is simply "must" for any company. In this course we will go through basic definitions and concepts and will explain to you basic options that we have herein.


Hand in hand with change goes organizational learning and decision making. Organizations must learn from their experience and according to that make decisions. That is why the second and third module of this course is covering these two topics. Especially interesting is the last part when we take a look at the factors (biases) that are negatively affecting the learning and decision making of managers.

Who is the target audience?
  • Business students.
  • Managers seeking the enlargement of their knowledge scope.
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Instruments of Evolutionary Change
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Instruments of Revolutionary Change
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The Institutional Theory of Organizational Growth
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Greiner´s Model of Organizational Growth
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Effectiveness and Profitability
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Organizational Decline and Death
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Weitzel and Jonsson Model for Organizational Decline
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Organizational Decision Making
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Decision Making: The Rational Model
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Decision Making: The Carnegie Model
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Decision Making:The Garbage Can Model
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Factors Affecting Organizational Decision Making
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Cognitive Dissonance
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Illusion of Control
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Frequency and Representativeness Bias
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Escalation of Commitment
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About the Instructor
Robert Barcik
4.4 Average rating
380 Reviews
10,863 Students
6 Courses
Business Lecturer

Robert Barcik is a co-founder of MeanThat, the educational platform that helped more than quarter million students to learn efficiently. In 2014 he got inspired by KhanAcademy and created his first own videos and after placing them on YouTube he reached a global audience in a heartbeat, all eager to learn! Several universities and as well MBA students from all over the world started to use the videos for their lecturing.

With this, he jumped the educational train and in the upcoming months became a university lecturer and developer of Flipped Teaching with a focus on Marketing, Organisational Theory and Business. Along with that, Robert is a Business graduate and Data Analysis student at Swedish Dalarna University. Here, he cooperates with the educational institutes to promote an innovative ways of teaching.