Business and Management
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University of redlands
school of business
MGMT 631: Management and organizational theory
Instructor: Elijah Levy, Ph.D.
Email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell number: 562-2230-3334
I have been teaching at University of Redlands since 1992 in the school of business—teaching in the undergraduate and graduate MBA and Masters of Arts in Management program (MAM). My doctorate degree is in clinical psychology and I am an interdisciplinary thinker—enjoying the synthesis of philosophy, psychology, sociology and comparative religion to theorize about human behavior. I am the director of Founders Outreach, a nonprofit agency providing psychosocial/psychiatric rehabilitation services to mentally ill residents residing at Founders House of Hope. In addition, I am the director of The Levy Launch a center providing corporate education, management training, strategy consultation and start-up support and training to nonprofit agencies. I have written two books-- one on intercultural awareness titled You, Me and Them in addition to a book of poetry titled Crisis in Meaning, and with a colleague, directed/produced a documentary on mental illness titled Beyond the Shadow of Mental Illness and a documentary on my Veterans Legacy Project group. If you anticipate being absent from class, please make arrangements to contact me to submit assignments.
CLASS SCHEDULE: March 5, 12, 19, 26 April 2, 9, 16, 23 Tuesdays 6:00 – 10:00
MGMT 631 (4 Units): Study of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory and basic Human Resources management. Topics include managing individual performance, team and intergroup dynamics, leadership, human resource management, organizational design, decision making and management of change.
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