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OSPCPTWN 25: Organizing for Good

The extent to which organizations and their agents can and should "do good" in society and some of the barriers they face when trying to "do good." Topics include: corporate social responsibility; social entrepreneurship; NGO's and humanitarian organizations; and alternative forms of organization that are proving to be promising for "doing good" in a complex global world. Discussion of: role of meaning and purpose in work; responsibilities of organizations and their leaders; tradeoffs of various organizational structures and alliances; and the role of culture and cultural differences when operating globally, including in the transfer of practice from one nation to another.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
Instructors: ; Hinds, P. (PI)
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