This course will focus on the identification, analysis, evaluation and application of factors which influence the design, structure and operation of complex organizations in the public and private sectors of our society. Emphasis will be on the integration of theory and concepts from the Social Sciences as a basis for understanding human behavior within complex organizations. The course will provide a basis for applying contributions of various theories of organizational behavior to the diagnosis and development of successful intervention strategies for managing complex organizational systems and processes. Students are required to develop a personal theory of leadership and the topic of this course. Prerequisite: DLS 701.