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Online MS in Management and Organizational Behavior (MSMOB) Program Resources

Humans are complex and changeable, so there is always something new to learn in the field of organizational behavior and management. Here you can find articles about employee motivation, group behavior, power dynamics and other relevant business leadership topics. If there is a topic you’d like to see covered here, send us an email at onlinedegrees@ben.edu.

Lean vs. Six Sigma, a Practitioner’s Approach

As we learned the Japanese economic engine was driven by a strong manufacturing base with a focus on lean principles. Lean,...


Learning from the World Around You

All of us have experienced a problem or situation of which we had no mastery of the skills required to drive it to...


Managing Employee Behavior - Driving Towards Outcomes

Recognizing this truth, the question becomes how do we manage employees’ behaviors to drive the desired outcomes? Most...


Managing Organizational Change - It's a Journey

Companies can grow and progress in ways they never expected (e.g., American Can Company somehow morphing into Primerica...


New Year, New You

Did you know that from January 3rd to the 9th we celebrate “Women Self-Empowerment Week?” So what are we waiting for?...


Organizational Behavior at Benedictine: Looking Back, Moving Forward

Peter F. Sorensen Jr., Ph.D., director of the (MS) in Management and Organizational Behavior and the Doctor of Philosophy (...


Quality and Productivity, Partners in Business Success

Productivity, a simple yet powerful ratio, measures outputs divided by inputs. The outputs are normally measured in units...


Risk Management in Business May Mean Facing Fears Head On

We teach our students in both the undergraduate and graduate curriculum failure is acceptable as long as we learn from our...


Small or Large Organization - It's up to You

Think of your dream job. Then ask yourself, “Is this dream job in a large company or a small company?” Your preference can...


Strategy vs. Culture: The Debate Rages On

Strategy is about creating sustainable competitive advantage that allows an organization to outperform its competitors....


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