Doctoral Seminar in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Course Code
MO 899
3 hours
  • Fall 23 (A)
  • Spring/Summer 23
  • Winter 23 (A)

Doctoral Seminar --- This seminar is designed to particularly for Ph.D. applicants. The course provides an opportunity for the student to evaluate the present state of organizational and industrial relations research and to explore present and future problems. The student is exposed to some of the advanced research being conducted in the field. Readings, seminar discussions, and individual research papers stimulate the student to think about and research such labor force and manpower problems and theoretical and empirical foundations of organizational behavior and human performance.

Taught By
Dave Mayer
  • John H. Mitchell Professor in Business Ethics
  • Professor of Management and Organizations
  • Chair of Management & Organizations
Dave Mayer, Ph.D. is the John H. Mitchell Professor of Business Ethics and Chair of the Management and Organizations Area at the Ross School of...
Maxim Sytch
  • Professor of Management and Organizations
Maxim Sytch is a Professor in the Department of Management and Organizations, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. Previously...
Scott Page
  • John Seely Brown Distinguished University Professor of Complexity, Social Science, and Management
  • Williamson Family Professor of Business Administration
  • Professor of Management and Organizations, Ross
  • Professor of Political Science, Professor of Complex Systems, Professor of Economics, LS&A
Scott E Page’s research focuses on the function of diversity in complex social systems, the potential for collective intelligence, and the...