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67-344 Organizational Intelligence in the Information Age

Department:H&SS Interdisciplinary

Across all organizations people find that the actions they take affect, and are affected by, the technology, norms, procedures, culture, and members of the organization. In order to navigate through this organizational world, agents need a better understanding of social and organizational intelligence. How do organizations (and the people who populate them) acquire and then process information? In what ways have new technologies affected the norms, procedures, and culture of organizations? How do leaders successfully guide their organizations through a world where new information and new technologies are constantly being produced? This course is about information assessment and analysis in organizations, and the way organizations are transformed by technology.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 9:00 - 10:20 am T Heimann TBD TBD Add course to my schedule
R Heimann TBD TBD

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