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Organizations Theory

Code 14055
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(30H)
Scientific area Management
Entry requirements None.
Mode of delivery The lessons of this course are theoretical and practical, and face-to-face.
Learning outcomes • Know the main theoretical contributions to the underlying theories of organizations.
• Develop the main theories and integrates them in the context of organizations and draw attention to its importance in the development of scientific knowledge.
• Develop research capacity
At the end of the course the student should be able to:
• Know the main theoretical contributions to the underlying theories of organizations.
• Understand the major theories of history.
• Understand the main theories and integrate them in the context of organizations and alert to its importance in the development of scientific knowledge.
• Provide a positive contribution when inserted in a process of research in Management
• Having the ability to carry out a review of the literature on a topic of Management
Syllabus Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1. Introduction to the Theory of General Administration
1.2. The Beginnings of Directors

Chapter 2. General Administrative Theories of Thought
2.1. Classical Approach
2.2. Humanistic Approach
2.3. Neoclassical Approach
2.4. Structuralist Approach
2.5. Behavioral Approach
2.6. Systemic approach
2.7. Contingency approach
2.8. Approach to Knowledge

Chapter 3. Specific theories of Sciences business
Main Bibliography o Pugh, D. S. (2007); “Organization Theory: Selected Classic Readings”, 5ª edição, Penguin Books, London
o Chiavenato, I. (2002). Teoria Geral da Administração; Vol. I e II, Elsevier-Campus.
o Eriksson-Zetterquist, U.; Müllern, T. e Styhre, A. (2011); “Organization Theory. A practice-based approach”, Oxford University Press
o Hatch, M. J. (2006); “Organization Theory. Modern, symbolic, and postmodern perspectives”, Oxford University Press

Many other texts, books and articles that there is no space here to be placed.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria 1. Attendance - 50% compulsory attendance.
2. Individual written work - 30% of the final classification. The work must be submitted on moodle until the day 12/11/2021.
3. Final work - 70% of the final classification (work - 50% and presentation - 20%). The final work should be submitted on moodle until the day 03/01/2022 and the presentation of work will be held on 08/01/2022.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-01-27

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