Challenges of Teaching Undergraduate Organizational Behavior in a Nontraditional Time Format


  • Diana Page
  • Arup Mukherjee


This descriptive research examines the challenges of teaching an organizational behavior class in a condensed time frame. The Organizational Behavior class met for four hours Friday night, and six hours Saturday for one month. Changes made to the traditional semester long course are discussed. Challenges faced to provide an effective learning experience for students are presented along with a description of strategies used to overcome these challenges. A summary of useful tips for instructors considering such a modified format is presented.