MBA with a Specialization in Organizational Behavior
Organisational Behaviour examines the structures of our workplaces and looks at ways in which they can be improved. It addresses issues such as workforce motivation, incentives, team building and office environments and how we can best manage the dynamics of organisational change. Managerial and Organizational Behavior helps you lead by providing you with the technical and functional skills needed to navigate the challenges presented by a complex organization. You will focus on learning how people use information and make decisions, as well as how they develop and use human capital to make things happen.
An MBA degree with a specialization in Organisational Behaviour focuses on topics such as Contemporary theories of motivation, organisational control and reward systems, job design and employee reactions to work, workgroup dynamics and group-based problem solving, organisational design and new service-driven organisations.
Best MBA Programs in Organizational Behavior: Financial Times 2019 Rankings
- Michigan State University: Broad
- Stanford Graduate School of Business
- Harvard Business School
- University of Michigan: Ross
- Northwestern University: Kellogg
- University of Virginia: Darden
- Vanderbilt University: Owen
- IMD Business School
- Cranfield School of Management