The Organizational Behavior program is jointly administered by the faculty of Harvard Business School and the Department of Sociology in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and students have the opportunity to work with faculty from both the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Harvard Business School.
You will be seen not as a PhD student but as a junior colleague - you will be an apprentice in the best sense of the word. The Organisational Behaviour Group will work with you and train you to become an independent researcher with an exciting research programme and portfolio of academic papers that will help you succeed in the job market and gain a junior faculty position following your PhD.
Masters in organisational behaviour will help forecast future behaviour of employees and will improve the overall management process. Degrees cover concepts like corporate culture, leadership, decision-making, motivation and job satisfaction.The Ph.D. program in organizational behavior is offered through Stanford's Graduate School of Business and is composed of two concentrations, micro and macro organizational behavior.The PhD in Business with a specialization in organizational behavior and strategy, housed in the Department of Management, prepares students to conduct significant research on behavioral and strategic issues facing contemporary organizations.Our students pursue a blend of coursework that enables them to understand the interplay between organizational behavior and strategic management.
Learn about how Olin's PhD in Organizational Behavior teaches the principles of relationships of individuals and groups and their effect on an organization.Read More
Our Organizational Behavior PhD Program prepares you to study how people act and interact within groups. Using research drawn from the disciplines of psychology, sociology, social psychology, economics, anthropology and political sciences, we use a scientific approach to better understand and manage a workforce.Read More
The Organizational Behavior PhD Program prepares students for distinguished academic careers at major universities through intensive coursework and individualized mentoring. Students work closely with nationally and internationally known senior and junior faculty on theoretical and empirical research projects that are targeted toward the top-tier academic journals in the field.Read More
Hi, my name is Valli! I am originally from Germany but in September 2019 I started my PhD studies at London Business School in Organizational Behavior. Get to know me better by clicking the picture or follow me on Instagram.Read More
Organizational Behaviour in McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management focuses on the human aspects of organizations: how individuals and groups behave and interact; how the employment relationship and the nature of work are changing in a rapidly shifting global business and societal context; how organizational structures, practices, and processes evolve in response to internal and external.Read More
The doctoral program in Organizational Behaviour is designed to train students for an academic career with an emphasis on research. The field of OB focuses on understanding the behaviour of individuals, groups and organizations.Read More
The Organizational Behavior PhD is ideal for those committed to creating socially responsible organizations and meeting the challenges of an increasingly diverse workforce, global economy, and global community. Curriculum emphasizes basic, translational, and applied theory and research and their reciprocal relationship.Read More
Weatherhead's PhD in Organizational Behavior was the first of its kind. Graduating our first PhD students in 1964, our department set the standard for universities worldwide.Read More
Organizational Behavior Degree. Organizational behavior is a branch of psychology focused on the ways individuals behave, interact and work within an organized group. When you pursue a bachelor's degree in organizational behavior, you may take courses in social ethics, organizational psychology, human relations, group decision-making and multi.Read More