Organizational Processes OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Graduate Level Organizational Process Management Course

Published Feb 27, 2009

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An OpenCourseWare project on business administration is being offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, entitled 'Organizational Processes.' This course seeks to optimize students' individual management skills in an organizational context. Individuals interested in entering a Master of Business Administration program may find this free online course to be particularly useful.

Organizational Processes: Course Specifics

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Organizational Processes: Course Description

'Organizational Processes' is one component in the first year of MIT's MBA program. This course employs lectures, readings and writing assignments to teach students how to be action-takers in multifaceted organizational settings. Through this course, MBA students may gain the analytical and management tools needed to guide the businesses of tomorrow. Key topics covered include ethical violations and the theory and practice of hiring. Professors Roberto Fernandez, Paul Carlile and John Van Maanen taught this course.

'Organizational Processes' includes lecture notes, a reading list, write-up assignment descriptions and a team project assignment description. To access this free online course, visit the organizational processes course page.

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