OA4408 Macroergonomics and Organizational Behavior in Human Systems Integration

This course systematically examines the application of macroergonomic concepts and organizational processes in orchestrating human systems Change Description integration (HSI) efforts in acquisition programs. The key concepts, principles, and theories of macroergonomics are defined and then applied to analyze organizational structures, policies, and processes that impact effective HSI efforts. Specific attention will be paid to leadership, organizational, group, and team behaviors as they impact HSI strategy, planning, program execution, and risk assessment. The material covered will then be applied to manning, training, and safety challenges in current acquisition programs. Prerequisites: None.

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

1

Quarter Offered

  • Winter
  • Summer