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The discipline of Organizational Behavior considers the interface between human behavior at a micro-level, the behavior of work groups at a meso-level, and the behavior of the organization at a macro-level.
The focus of the ICOR courses in the OB discipline is on the attributes of resilient organizations including attributes affecting culture, coordination of risk, sharing of information and knowledge, resource availability, understanding of internal and external environments, and being able to anticipate and manage change.
Also included is the need to understand both the role of the organization in the communities in which it resides as well as the overall resilience of those communities and the impact of the community on the organization’s resilience.
½ day workshops or eLearning
Audience: Personnel responsible for organizational resilience.
- OR 1040: Coordination or Risk Across the Organization
- OR 1050: Understanding Community Resilience
- OR 1060: Measuring Organizational Resilience
2 week live eLearning course or self-study eLearning
Audience: This course is a must for any professional who works in any of the disciplines that support a resilient organization. This specifically includes professionals responsible for ensuring resilience across international operations.
Description: The purpose of OR 4000, The Impact of National Cultures on Resilience Programs, is to provide students with the competence to observe and understand cultural differences they encounter in other countries, and to work effectively within other cultures in designing and operating resilience and crisis management programs.
As the world becomes more global, businesses and emergency response agencies must learn how to cope effectively with the many cultural value systems and mannerisms encountered abroad. Understanding the values and traits that are characteristic of other cultures is especially important in resiliency and disaster response planning. Click for brochure