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Course Name
Turkish Davranış Bilimleri
English Behavioral Sciences
Course Code
END 344 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 6
3 - - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Cahit Ali Bayraktar
Course Objectives I. To enable young industry engineers and managers to obtain techniques and skills associated with today's modern issues such as human relations, human resources and behavioral science knowledge on industry,
II. To teach many techniques of the relationship between infrastructure of Industrial Engineering, and traditional and mechanistic systems
III. To teach leadership, motivation and other related modern issues that affect human resources which is the most important one of the management functions
Course Description To enable young industry engineers and managers to obtain techniques and skills associated with today's modern issues such as human relations, human resources and behavioral science knowledge on industry. To teach many techniques of the relationship between infrastructure of Industrial Engineering, and traditional and mechanistic systems. To teach leadership, motivation and other related modern issues that affect human resources which is one of the most important the management functions.
Course Outcomes I. Grasp recruitment, interview and selection techniques which are based on Job-Search Personnel working for the integration of competency
II. Understand to solve resistance and resistance to innovation in organizations that emerge during the conflict
III. Learn the group dynamics of organizations, the concept of the leadership team and how to manage the teams
IV. Grasp to provide communication and motivation within the organization by understanding the type of organization culture
V. Understand organization development and organizational learning methods
VI. Understand the competencies required for working in organizations and their determination methods
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