Labor Management Cooperation

PADM-GP.4120, 2 points.

Semester: Spring

Courses

Ever-growing financial constraints have made the need for high-performing, competitively priced workforces an increasing priority for the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Cooperative relations between labor and management teams are a key element of workplace productivity. This course emphasizes the need to promote cooperative relations between labor and management as a problem-solving approach to organizational effectiveness. Both labor and management perspectives on the trend are included. The emphasis is on discussing practical applications to develop cooperative relationships in public service organizations. This course is appropriate for professionals at all levels who seek to improve the relationships among staff and the organization's productivity.



Prerequisites: none

Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Spring 2014Arthur T. MatthewsSyllabus
Spring 2012Arthur T. MatthewsSyllabus
Spring 2011Arthur T. MatthewsSyllabus
Spring 2010Arthur T. MatthewsSyllabus
Spring 2009Arthur T. MatthewsSyllabus
Spring 2008Arthur T. MatthewsSyllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Spring 2013Arthur T. MatthewsEvaluation
Spring 2012Matthews, ArthurEvaluation
Spring 2011Matthews, ArthurEvaluation
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Spring 2009Matthews, ArthurEvaluation
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