Organizational Psychology

Course Description

Individual characteristics of workers. Leadership, planning and organizing. Motivation and motivators. Typical problems in work organizations, strategies of problem solving. Group processes, communication, team work.Negotiating, conflict solving. Decision making strategies. Organizational changes, cross-cultural differences, organizational climate.

General Competencies

Basic knowledge in the field of organizational psychology. Introduction to basics of team work, leadership and motivation.

Learning Outcomes

  1. recoginizes the role of organizational psychology in work organization
  2. distinguish individual characteristics crucial for proffesion and work place
  3. demonstrate the skill of management and team leadership
  4. apply methods of decision making in work settings
  5. give example of professional trainig
  6. describe cross-cultural differences in work organiztions

Forms of Teaching

Lectures

students will be informed about knowledge regarding organizational psychology and the ways of implementing it to their work lives

Exams

mid-term exam, final exam, seminars, homeworks

Consultations

on request

Other

role play questionnaires and tests application

Seminars

WP in my future profession

Other

tests and questionnaires

Grading Method

Continuous Assessment Exam
Type Threshold Percent of Grade Comment: Percent of Grade
Homeworks 0 % 15 % 0 % 15 %
Class participation 0 % 10 % 0 % 10 %
Attendance 0 % 5 % 0 % 5 %
Mid Term Exam: Written 0 % 30 % 0 %
Final Exam: Written 0 % 40 %
Exam: Written 0 % 70 %

Week by Week Schedule

  1. definition of organizational psychology (OP) and practice
  2. employing - procedure of personnel recruitment, human resource management
  3. personality traits and temperament in context of work organization (WO)
  4. Attitudes and values of the individual and politics of WO
  5. Process of learning and professional training in WO
  6. Emotions and emotion management in WO
  7. Perception and decision making in WO
  8. Mid-term exam
  9. Leadership and management
  10. Work values and motivation
  11. job satisfaction
  12. Group performance
  13. Organizational changes, cross-cultural differences
  14. Organizational climate
  15. final exam

Study Programmes

Control Engineering and Automation -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Control Engineering and Automation -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electrical Engineering Systems and Technologies -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electrical Engineering Systems and Technologies -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electrical Power Engineering -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electrical Power Engineering -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electronic and Computer Engineering -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electronic and Computer Engineering -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electronics -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Electronics -> Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Profile)

Information Processing -> Information and Communication Technology (Profile)

Information Processing -> Information and Communication Technology (Profile)

Telecommunication and Informatics -> Information and Communication Technology (Profile)

Telecommunication and Informatics -> Information and Communication Technology (Profile)

Wireless Technologies -> Information and Communication Technology (Profile)

Wireless Technologies -> Information and Communication Technology (Profile)

Software Engineering and Information Systems -> Computing (Profile)

Software Engineering and Information Systems -> Computing (Profile)

Computer Engineering -> Computing (Profile)

Computer Engineering -> Computing (Profile)

Computer Science -> Computing (Profile)

Computer Science -> Computing (Profile)

Literature

Duncan Kitchin (2002.), An Introduction to Organisational Behaviour for Managers and Engineers: A Group and Multicultural Approach, Butterworth Heinemann
Stephen P. Robbins, Timothy A. Judge, Timothy Campbell (2010.), Organizational Behavior, Pearson Education, Limited
Dijana Čičin-Šain (2010.), Osnove menadžmenta, Visoka škola za turistički menadžment

Lecturers in Charge

Grading System

2 ECTS
L0 English Level
L1 e-Learning
30 Lecturers
0 Exercises
0 Laboratory exercises

Grading

90 Excellent
79 Very Good
64 Good
50 Acceptable