Course Information & Registration

LOG 409 - Applied Concepts of Organizational Design

Current Offering Dates & Locations:
Offering Dates Location
17D L Sep 11 2017 - Oct 20 2017 Web-BB Registration through POC
18A L Oct 02 2017 - Nov 08 2017 Web-BB Registration through POC
18B L Jan 16 2018 - Feb 23 2018 Web-BB Registration through POC
18C L Aug 06 2018 - Sep 14 2018 Web-BB Registration through POC

An executive approach to building high performing organizations. Emphasis will be placed on contemporary management principles and techniques as embodied in the Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Program. We will discuss a deeply rooted management approach of integrated methodologies, theories and systems that work together to provide focus, alignment and results throughout the entire organization. IMPORTANT: --Plan on starting LOG 409 on the "CLASS START" date.-- The course is comprised of six learning modules. These modules include a series of lessons. There are assignments and "homework" associated with each lesson. These assignments must be completed according to the class schedule (Generally, one learning module will be completed each week of the course). There will also be a DCS session at the end of each week to discuss the lessons and homework assignment for that week. The estimated time required for each module is approximately 4 hours per week. ---Students must accomplish all modules NLT the "CLASS END DATE" (LOG 409 is 6 weeks long). ---If you have LOG 409 questions prior to registering for the course, please contact the instructor.

Contact Training Administrators

Course Director:

Commercial: (937)255-7777 ext.3217
DSN: 785-7777 ext.3217


Grade Restrictions:
O-4 to O-6, E-8 to E-9, GS-12 to GS-15

Special Requirements:
The objective of this course is for students to become knowledgeable of topics, including strategic leadership, execution excellence, change management and implementation strategies, which will improve efficiencies and effectiveness of the operations they lead. Through case studies, understanding of key concepts and practical application, the learner will be introduced to tools for enterprise design opportunities within their own organizations.

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Course Length:
33 academic days



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