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FACT SHEET: OB Course Outline & Other Useful Details

Organisation
Behaviour

Term 1 Class Room: Ethics


2nd Floor
Schedule as per My Soil
Fedena
Class Reps should confirm
schedule by checking proactively with Jaydip or Nikita

HRLP16 & BLP (Marketing) 16

Instructor: Arunav Banerjee


E-Mail:
arunav.banerjee@soilindia.net
Phone: +911244302201/
9811022446
Office: 3rd Floor First Cabin on right
Office Hours: 9:00 to 18:00 Mon
to Fri

Books & Reading Materials


Text Book:
Organisation Behaviour 15th Edition Robbins Judge
Vohra
Reference Books:
Behaviour in Organisations Jerald Greenberg
ORGB
2012
Nelson; Quick; Khandelwal
Case Studies:
Dr. Amita Joshi at Samuel Drugs Limited

Note: I travel out of office

Session Plan
Numbers 1, 2 etc. refer to Chapter
numbers

Overview
Organisation Behaviour is a foundation course to understand
behaviour of people in Organisations. It deals with people and their
behaviour from three perspectives: as an individual, as a team
member and from the perspective of the organisation and the
environment it exists in. It incorporates the application of principles
of Psychology, Sociology, Social Psychology and Anthropology to
understand and mould the behaviour of people in organisations. The
course will cover aspects related to Motivation, Perception and
Leadership, Stress, Power & Politics, Teams and Groups etc.

Sessions 0-A 0-B

5th May

Introduction to Org Behaviour &


Case Studies
Session 1 & 2 13th May

Understanding of Org Behaviour


Ch 1
Organisation Justice, Ethics &
Corporate Social Responsibility C
N
The Individual Chapters 2,3 & 4

Goals
At
n
n
n

In addition material will be presented


through slides or class notes CN

the end of the program, students should be able to


Session 3 & 4 16th May
Explain what is Organisation Behaviour and it's components
Understand what drives behaviour in organisations
Perception and Decisions Chapter
Analyse behaviour of individuals and groups and determine how
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they can be moulded to organisational objectives
Personality and Values Chapter 5
Session 5 & 6

Requirements
The students are required to come prepared for class. Each student
is expected to:
1. Have read the concerned chapters in the text book before
coming to class
2. Ensure case studies circulated in advance have been read and
understood. Students will be expected to submit a one-page
summary of their reading before start of class, individually.
3. Groups of 5 or more will be formed. There will be individual and
group work.

23rd May

Employee Motivation Ch 7 & 8


Quiz on learning so far
Sessions 7 & 8

6th June

Group Dynamics & Work Teams


9,10
Sessions 9

8th June

Communication
Sessions 10

Ch 11

9th June

Leadership
Sessions 11 &12

Ch 12
20th June

Power & Politics Ch 13


Sessions 13 &14
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Arunav Banerjee

AY 1516

Term I

27th June

HRLP & BLP (Mktg) Conflict & Negotiation Ch 14


1
Foundations of Org Structure Ch
15
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FACT SHEET: OB Course Outline & Other Useful Details

Evaluation
A 5-point evaluation scale, common to all courses at SOIL will be
used
ROLE MODEL: A student who consistently performs with an ability to
teach others the concepts and fundamentals of Organisation
Behaviour
ACCOMPLISHED: A student who has mastered not only the basics
but the application of the principles taught in the subject
COMPETENT: A student who understands the concepts of
Organisation Behaviour as taught in class
BEGINNER: A student who is clear about some of the concepts and
principles but requires guidance and support to be able to apply
them
NOVICE: A student who puts in the effort but nevertheless struggles
to understand the subject

Components of Evaluation:
1. Summaries of pre-reads, post-reads and case studies
30%
2. Quizzes and Impromptu testing

20%

3. End of the Course Examination

30%

4. Presentations on Assignments

20%

Note: The above distribution is an example. Actual distribution will


be determined at end of course
General Expectations from Students:
1. Students will be present for all classes unless they have been
granted leave in accordance with the Leave Protocol
2. Assignments are submitted on time and as per specifications
3. Students come prepared for the classes having completed
their pre-reads
4. All students contribute equally to assignments required to be
carried out in teams
5. Students understand and apply the principles enshrined in
the 5 Pillars of SOIL

Arunav Banerjee

AY 1516

Term I

HRLP & BLP (Mktg)