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ORSC 3165 : Organizational Network Analysis
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Organizational Sciences (ORSC)
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ORSC-BA: Organizational Sciences
ORSC-MINOR: Organizational Sciences
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Organizational Network Analysis
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A relational view of organizations, emphasizing the ways in which business, nonprofit, public, and governmental entities engage with a multitude of actors in pursuit of their goals. Organizational embeddedness and how an organization’s position in a web of relations helps or hinders it.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Understand the basic concepts and terminology of social and organizational network theory; 2. Understand and apply some basic tools of social network analysis; 3. Utilize SocNetV software for social network analysis to assemble, organize and display social network data; 4. Engage in critical thinking regarding the applicability of social network theory and analysis to organizational phenomena; 5. Design an appropriate study to analyze the impact of network structure on organizational phenomena.
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