PCOM645: Organizational Design, Communication and Knowledge Management
Organizational leaders must consider the impact of their design choices not only on business performance, but also on employees, customers, and the communities and societies in which they operate. This course discusses the systematic approach to configuring and aligning structure with strategy and includes an examination of the links between communications, processes, knowledge, metrics, leadership and people practices, with culture and strategic direction in organizations. Using case studies, application of theoretical principles, interactive discussions and activities, students will explore how organizations can be designed for optimal performance and sustainability. Focuses on effective organizational design in both traditional and innovative organizations with special emphasis on innovative organizational forms and knowledge management principles. Team projects include inventing new possibilities for real organizations.
General Studies Offerings
General studies courses may be eligible for internal transfer credit into their related programs.
|Start Date||End Date||Tuition (Domestic)||Delivery|
|January 4, 2021||March 7, 2021||TBD||Online|
|October 4, 2021||December 17, 2021||TBD||On Campus|
|October 18, 2021||December 19, 2021||TBD||Blended|
|January 3, 2022||March 6, 2022||TBD||Online|
|October 17, 2022||December 18, 2022||TBD||Blended|