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Course Overview

This course is an advanced course in organizational improvement that expects students to apply what they learned from ADM 838, ADM 839, and ADM 840. Students learn a systemic and systematic model for transforming professional organizations into high performing learning organizations by making simultaneous improvements in three sets of key organizational variables; the organization’s work processes, its social ‘architecture,” and its relationship with its external environment. Students design an organizational improvement intervention in a real or fictitious organization.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisites: MPA 838, MPA 839, and MPA 840 or Permission of the Instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

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