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Ltc pp mgt307_wk2 Copyright 2013 Edward F. T. Charfauros. Reference, www.YourBlogorResume.net.

  1. 1. Organizational Behavior Forces Discussion Presentation by Celine Israel, Kodi Womack, Tawnya Tunudra, Edward Charfauros Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics MGT/307 August 30, 2011
  2. 2. Table of Contents  Introduction  Restructuring  Organizational Mission  Fiscal Policies  Competition  Economy
  3. 3. Table of Contents  Customer Demands  Globalization  Conclusion  References  Questions and Answers
  4. 4. Introduction Organizations consist of inter relating human and non-humans within the relationship structural framework interacting to progress toward a common goal or set of goals. Organizational behavior freely extracts from the behavioral sciences as an inter-disciplinary field. People, structure, technology, and social system are the element forces, which affect organizations operations.
  5. 5. Restructuring  Internal Forces Affects  Leadership  Organization’s Culture and Structure  External Forces Affects  Family Issues  Business Relationship
  6. 6. Organizational Mission  Organizational Purposes  Planning  Organization  Controlling and Directing  Mission Statement  Strategy
  7. 7. Fiscal Policies  Means by which government adjusts levels of spending  Influences economy of a nation  Sister strategy to monetary policy  Purchases goods & services  Transfer payments  Collect taxes
  8. 8. Competition  No drive  Easier for consumer decisions  Different aspects of competition
  9. 9. Economy  External force that affects internal forces  Negative impacts  Downsizing  Employee productivity  Availability of resources  Positive influences  Competitive Workforce  Innovative ideas to overcome economic hardship
  10. 10. Customer Demands  External force that impacts operations and longevity  Major organizational goal: provide good/service to consumer  Cater good/services to exceed customer needs  Organizational dilemmas  Maintain organization’s integrity and customer loyalty
  11. 11. Globalization  Global Managers  Develop Consistent Empathy with Cultural Environment  Global Economy Business Ethics  Acceptable and Unacceptable Behavior  Local Culture Familiarity  Include Local and Native Hires, consultants, Managers & Staff  Local Translators
  12. 12. Conclusion  Employees become organized to perform better when an organization structure is friendly.  Customer service, flexible working hours, and friendly work environments create the organizational culture norm.  Leadership, organizational culture, organizational structure, family issues, and business relationships affect employee behavior.  Achieving goals by meeting customer demands is necessary to succeed.  Success is the ability to meet customer expectations or exceed customer requests.  Acquiring the most qualified and motivated employees to shift organization into a competitive workforce.  Motivate to retain employees by encouraging ideas through strategic planning.  Gain local translators to help management gain the local workforce to enhance work environments.
  13. 13. References  Schermerhorn, J., Hunt, J., & Osborn, R., (2008). Organizational behavior (10th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.  Robbins, S. & Judge, T. (2009). Organizational behavior (13th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
  14. 14. Questions and Answers

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