Organizational Behavior is defined as the actions and attitudes of individuals and groups towards one another and towards the organization as a whole, assessing its effect on the organization's functioning and performance. A Master’s In Organizational Behavior aims to understand human behavior in a variety of organizations through communication, motivation, group dynamics, leadership, power, performance management, technology, and organizational design and development. Furthermore, to build competency in the concepts of negotiation and human resource management. Graduates will be in a strong position to pursue a career in the private or public sector in a range of roles that require knowledge of human behavior in the workplace. This may include careers such as consultants in organizational development or change management, a team coach or running their own businesses.