Management 3400 Ohio University
Organizational BehaviorLast Updated: March 20, 2020
Basic Elements
Student Bio Sheet
Topic Schedule
Chapter Outlines
Quiz Form
Evaluation Elements
Graduate Excellence
Grade Criteria
Current Grade Sheet
MGT 3400 Homepage
Dr. Holbrook's Homepage
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College of Business
Ohio University


A Word (or More) About Announcements

I will generally try to post important information not contained in other places here. Do not rely on this page for reminders about project deadlines or upcoming exams.

Move to Online Instruction

All the materials/links you need to finish out the semester online will be found on the following page:

Online Schedule/Materials

Chapter 1 Reading

For the benefit of those of you that have not picked up the text, I am posting Chapter 1 here. I will only do this for the first reading assignment (i.e., get the text -- immediately).

Chapter 1

Coping With Learning Styles

The first link provides information for interpreting the four basic learning styles. Use your scored inventory to determine yours and understand what it means. Once you gain a little insight into your own learning style, you might want to consult the article available (second link) for information on how to adapt in environments where the instructor/leader has a different style.

Interpreting Your Learning Style

Reading Others

Motivation Through Compensation Worksheet

On February 25, we will have a motivation exercise during class. Please complete the following worksheet before coming to class on that date:


Revised Key Topics

Sometimes I do not cover certain Key Topics as well as I want during class sessions. Other times, I decide not to cover them at all. That being the case, I occasionally drop Key Topics from consideration for exams. Rather than revise (and then revise back later) the Key Topics web page, I simply post an updated list here.

Revised Key Topics List

Content produced by Robert L. Holbrook, Jr.

Printable pages (e.g., topic schedules, syllabi) have been optimized for printing with half-inch margins and no headers or footers. These pages have been carefully screened for inaccuracies, but content may not be consistent with that presented in class. When inconsistencies arise, please feel free to contact Dr. Holbrook or stop by 308 Copeland Hall.

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