MOL 632 - Organizational Change Management

Course unit(s): 1
Organizations are in constant flux, and leaders need to prepare for change in the organization in response to market, political, economic, social, and other forces, both internal and external. Students use a systems view to examine what drives people to change, how change methods affect people and desired outcomes, misconceptions about change methods, the financial impact of change methods, and common elements across methods. Students consider theories for creating sustainable change efforts and issues associated with the diffusion of innovation. The course prepares leaders for organizational change efforts with simulations, case studies, and examination of the underlying psychological, sociological, and economic characteristics of organizational change.

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