Teaching within the Organizational Behaviour discipline is constantly evolving.
At the undergraduate level, in addition to our long-established Bachelor of Commerce concentration in Organizational Behaviour, we recently added a new major in Organizational Behaviour, as well as a new concentration and major in Labour Management Relations and Human Resources.
Our faculty members conduct research on a variety of organizational issues, approaching the study of organizations and those who comprise them from psychological and sociological perspectives. Below are samples of ongoing research projects.
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Comprised of scholars at various levels – senior and junior faculty as well as doctoral students – the members of the OB discipline have come to McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management from some of the top institutions of higher learning in the world, including Berkeley, Harvard, INSEAD, MIT, Yale, Stanford, and UCLA, among others.
Organizational Behaviour in McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management focuses on the human aspects of organizations:
Research and teaching at the Faculty are divided into the following areas of specialization:
Focuses on issues related to users employment of accounting information, and the effects of regulations and changes in accounting practices and theory.
"Constructing Consequences for Noncompliance: The Case of Academic Laboratories," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Authors: Huising, Ruthanne; Silbey, Susan S.
Publication: Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, September 2013
Mentor: Mary Dean Lee
The Organizational Behaviour concentration provides an opportunity for students to increase their awareness of behavioural issues encountered in jobs and organizational settings, and to prepare themselves for graduate study in the behavioural sciences or for careers in general management or human resource management.
Complementary Courses (15 credits)
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Authors: Sargent, Leisa; Lee, Mary Dean; Martin, Bill; Zikic, Jelena
Publication: Human Relations, January 2013