This course integrates the study of management and human behavior by drawing on insights from the interdisciplinary fields of economics, sociology, anthropology, and psychology. It provides learners with a foundation in organizational behavior, focusing on the behavior of individuals and groups within organizations, as well as the organization's relationship with broader societal stakeholders and market forces. This foundation will be built through investigation and practical application of the most relevant classic and contemporary management and organizational behavior theories and models to real-world scenarios and issues that are relevant and valuable to contemporary workplace needs.