Strategic Organzational ManagementPortland State University
Strategic Organzational Management
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Rooted in the organizational development (OD) and human resource (HR) management disciplines, strategic organizational management (SOM) is the process of building organizational performance through employee and leadership development, and thereby strengthening an organization’s culture and capacity for success.
To advance strategic thinking about organizational management, this program will focus on four interrelated core content areas: employee engagement and development, effective teamwork, organizational systems, and change management. Instructors will bring real-world expertise and provide immediately applicable tools for students to begin building more effective organizations.
Who should attend?
This program is for individuals interested in the “people” side of business and who want to learn how to more effectively develop individuals, teams, and organizations.
Upon completion of this program, students will have gained the knowledge to:
- Coach and motivate employees;
- Build organizational capacity;
- Think with a “systems” view;
- Positively affect organizational culture and manage change;
- Tap into their leadership skills.
Course delivery details
Course delivered in a virtual format with live instructor & student interaction.
Four, 1 week long classes (workload for each class is 15 hours).
Full certificate cost: $2,196
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