Management Marriott School of Business
Theories and concepts for creating effective organizations, e.g., individual, group, and organizational processes and human resource functions, including selection, compensation, and performance management.
For business minors
NOTE: For Business and Leadership minors and those who do not plan to major in business. Business majors are required to complete MSB 391; consult with the Business Advisement Center. NOTE: Also offered by BYU Independent Study; enroll anytime throughout year; one year to complete; additional tuition required; register at is.byu.edu.
Understand the characteristics of an effective organization and how to create them.
Know how to accomplish an organization's goals through the motivation of employees.
Productive Work Environment
Understand how to create a productive work environment.
Processes Leading to Long Term Effectiveness
Comprehend the key processes leading to long term organizational effectiveness including understanding organizationa politics, culture, and how to manage organizational change.