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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture 12: Conflict and Negotiation

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9 Feb 2019
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Conflict: process involving people disagreeing: functional conflict: constructive, supports the group"s goals, conflict is aimed at the issues, dysfunc
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Proxemics, Paralanguage, Kinesics

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7 Feb 2019
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Key parts of this model are (1) the sender (2) encoding. Sender initiates a message by encoding a thought. (3) the message. The actual physical product
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Job Enrichment, Job Rotation, Telecommuting

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26 Jan 2019
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Theory X And Theory Y

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24 Jan 2019
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Procrastination is something that affects everyone and requires motivation to overcome. Classical theories: theory x: people are extrinsically motivate
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture 6: Groups and Teamwork

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19 Jan 2019
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Group: 2 or more members with a common relationship, act as individuals. Team: 2 or more members with mutual goals, act as a cohesive unit with shared
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture 5: Values

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17 Jan 2019
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Microsoft Powerpoint

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15 Jan 2019
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Competing values framework: helps us identify some of the most useful skills, by classifying them in the dimensions of internal-external and flexibilit
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture 3: Personality

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15 Jan 2019
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UBCCOMM 292Svedic, ZoranaWinter

COMM 292 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Visible Minority, Organizational Culture, Interpersonal Communication

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15 Jan 2019
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Syllabus is on canvas front page (outlining all course evaluation and content) Ob: field of study that looks at the impact that individuals, groups, an
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UBCCOMM 292Angela KelleherFall

Comm 292: Organizational Behaviour Textbook notes

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28 Sep 2011
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Ob: field of study that looks at the impact that indies, groups and structure have on behavior within organizations: applied to: jobs, absenteeism, tur
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UBCCOMM 292AllFall

COMM 292 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Assertiveness, Ingroups And Outgroups

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8 Mar 2012
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Chapter 3: values, attitudes, and diversity in the workplace. Values values = concepts/beliefs that guide how we make decisions about & evaluations of
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UBCCOMM 292Angela KelleherWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Fiedler Contingency Model, Situational Leadership Theory, Charismatic Authority

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14 Apr 2013
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Managers promote stability while leader press for change and only organizations that embrace both sides of the contradiction can survive in turbulent t
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UBCCOMM 292AllFall

Chapter 1.doc

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8 Mar 2012
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Businesses employ < 10 ppl -- 75% of can markplace. Organization: individual level + group level + organization systems level. Personality characterist
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UBCCOMM 292Wayne RawcliffeWinter

COMM 292 Chapter 1: What is Organizational Behaviour?

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13 Apr 2017
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UBCCOMM 292AllFall

COMM 292 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Situational Leadership Theory

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8 Mar 2012
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Managers =/= leadership (ability to influence a group toward achievement of goals) Managers: promote stability, implement vision & strategy, coordinate
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UBCCOMM 292AllWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Stereotype, Machiavellianism, Emami

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8 Mar 2012
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A: people"s behaviour is based on their perception of reality, not reality itself. Perception - the process by which individuals organize and interpret
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UBCCOMM 292Angela KelleherWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Job Satisfaction, Employee Retention, Canadian Business

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10 Jan 2013
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Organizational behaviour: field of study that looks at the impact that individual groups, and structure have on behaviour within an organization: behav
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Chapter 5.doc

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8 Mar 2012
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From theory to practice: the role of money. Money: commonly used reward, but often relationships in workplace matter more than pay. Men seem to value m
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UBCCOMM 292AllFall

Chapter 10.doc

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8 Mar 2012
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= pattern of shared values, beliefs, assumptions considered to be the appropriate way to think and act within an org. Culture is shared by members of t
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UBCCOMM 292AllSummer

COMM 292 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Electronic Body Music, Westjet

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8 Mar 2012
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A field of study that investigates the impact of individuals, groups, and structure on behaviour within organizations. Its purpose is to apply such kno
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UBCCOMM 292Tracey GurtonWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes -Telecommuting, Extraversion And Introversion, Heredity

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2 Feb 2014
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