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Applies behavioral science theory to corporate change and problem solving through the organizational development method; examines the role of the facilitator and client, data collection, climate studies, diagnosis, interventions such as data feedback and confrontation; planning and institutionalizing change. Students will practice the techniques of the facilitator. (Cross-listed with PSYCH 342.)
Units: 3 , Offered: Summer 2017