THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WORK AND ORGANISATIONS
-Provide the student with a key to understanding the main themes of intervention of psychology in the world of work, describing the constructs, theories and methods of investigation.
develop critical and interpretative skills useful to face reflection on the themes that characterize the relationship between man and work and man-organization-work and, more generally, social issues (such as: unemployment, relocation, discomfort).
-Apply the knowledge learned, be able to adequately form the phases of the processes, know how to communicate clearly and effectively, using the proper terminology of the sector with both specialists and non-specialists.
- provide students with basic knowledge of organizational and work psychology and to encourage them to think critically about current working conditions.
Having acquired the basic knowledge of social psychology.
Ethical issues in the search for organizations. Orientation to work and professional values. Deviant behavior in the work. Stress and psychosocial risks. Selection and evaluation. University at work. Motivation and learning at work. Leadership. Change and organizational development.
1.Psychology definition of work and organizations;
2. Ethical issues in the search for organizations;
3. Orientation to work and professional values;
4. Deviant behavior in the work;
5.Stress and psychosocial risks;
6.Selection and evaluation;
7. University at work;
8. Motivation and learning at work;
10. Change and organizational development;
Lectures with individual and group work.
Ashleigh, M., Mansi, A., Di Stefano, G., (2014). Psychology of work and organizations. Pearson, Milano.
-Guglielmi, D., (2015). Mobbing. When work makes us suffer. Il Mulino, Farsi un’idea, Bologna.
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