Organizational Relationships Course
Organizational Relationships examines the interrelationships between business, government and society. Learners gain an understanding of how each of these entities contributes to the overall success of the organization, and if one of these areas is not in sync with the other two, the organization may not achieve its goals. Learners examine the interconnectedness of these three areas through topics of corporate social responsibility, business ethics, the regulatory climate, globalization, and the environment. A key focus of this course is connections between the developed and emerging markets. Learners examine how these markets rely on each other from multiple perspectives, including economics, culture, trade, human capital, etc.
max. 8 weeks
Estimated time per week
What will I learn?
Define the interrelationships among business, government and society and how these relationships evolve over time
Identify connections in global business between organizations, relationships, and the environment
Describe how organizational politics, power, motivation, structure, communication, and human dynamics have an impact on how an organization functions
Analyze organizational culture from an international perspective
Assess the social dynamics that occur among individuals, groups, and the organization in small, medium, and large businesses
Apply the different models of culture, organizational structure, and interrelationships to solve a complex business challenge and seize opportunities
How will I learn?
What support will I receive?
When you have a dedicated team on your side, you'll never be alone studying at Nexford. Hailing from many different countries and with online education expertise, our faculty provides you world-class support. Ask them questions during one-to-one office hours or live chat, email them any time, and get individual feedback on your assessments.
While you’re learning, you’ll also have full access to the Nexford online library, which includes access to millions of full-text articles, industry reports and key sources such as the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and The Economist.
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