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Behaviour in org

  1. 1. Behavior in the organization Organizational Behavior is the study of individuals and their behavior within the context of the organization in a workplace setting. It is an interdisciplinary field that includes sociology, psychology, communication and management. Human behavior in an organization determines the quality of work, progress and success of the organization. Its the rather the human resource of an organization who develop ideas, create new products and services and then deliver them to the markets. Thus, it is important for the management of an organization to analyze the behavior of its entire work force.
  2. 2. Issues between org and individualsconformity issueRights of privacyDisciplineIndividual responsibilities to the org
  3. 3. Conformity Conformity involves developing attitudes, opinions, and behaviors to match the attitudes of a specific group. Most people conform to the standard values, also called norms, of many groups without stress and often without even knowing that they are doing so. By itself conformity is neither good nor bad. Different organizations put higher or lower values on conformity. The United States is often said to have been settled by non-conformists.
  4. 4. Conformity Military organizations are an example of a group that expects a high level of conformity in the behavior of their members and punishes those who do not conform when young people join org they are rejecting the way of dressing and behaving. Yet to belong to the org, they must conform to the orgs own style of dress, behavior, and speech.
  5. 5. PrivacyEmployers and employees are often subject to privacy laws.People expect to have some privacy at work, even if they are on their employers premises and using the employers equipment.At the same time, its normal that working for someone will mean giving up some privacy.
  6. 6. Privacy An employers need for information should be balanced with an employees right to privacy. For almost all personal information — including pay and benefit records, formal and informal personnel files, video or audio tapes, and records of web- browsing, electronic mail, and keystrokes. The following basic rules help to establish and maintain that balance:  The employer should say what personal information it collects from employees, why it collects it, and what it does with it.  Collection, use, or disclosure of personal information should normally be done only with an employees knowledge and consent.
  7. 7. Basic rules help to establish andmaintain  The employer should only collect personal information thats necessary for its stated purpose, and collect it by fair and lawful means.  The employer should normally use or disclose personal information only for the purposes that it collected it for, and keep it only as long as its needed for those purposes, unless it has the employees consent to do something else with it, or is legally required to use or disclose it for other purposes.  Employees personal information needs to be accurate, complete, and up-to-date.  Employees should be able to access their personal information, and be able to challenge the accuracy and completeness of it.
  8. 8. Organizational privacy Governments agencies, corporations, groups/societies and other organizations may desire to keep their activities or secrets from being revealed to other organizations or individuals, adopting various security practices and controls in order to prevent this. Organizations may seek legal protection for their secrets. For example, a government administration may be able to invoke executive privilege or declares certain information to be classified, or a corporation might attempt to protect valuable proprietary information as trade secrets .
  9. 9. Discipline Discipline ensures smooth functioning of any organization. It facilitates efficiency and streamlines the operations. An organization devoid of discipline would be a mess of resources and nothing more. Discipline helps quick and correct dissemination of information, the highest order discipline is displayed in army but the corporate sector too has its disciplinary and ethical charters.
  10. 10. Discipline Discipline is a must for every organization that wants to move forward. It is very essential for the smooth running of any firm. It is also very important for peace and harmony in an organization. It is always necessary for discipline to be instilled in employees to get the best out of your workforce. Discipline can be seen or defined as a force that prompts individuals, organizations, nation etc to observe rules and regulations stipulated which are deemed necessary for the effective and efficient running of the group, organization or nation.
  11. 11. Discipline For discipline to be instilled in employees there should be clear rules and regulations that stipulates what is expected of each employee and what is not expected of them. The employee handbook for instance should be clear in the dos and donts of the firm. The rules and regulations should be constantly updated and reviewed. There should be no discrimination in enforcing rules and regulations. There should be proper communication of the rules concerning discipline in the firm.
  12. 12. Disciplinary Actions in firm Some disciplinary actions in firms include  Oral warning  Written warning  Loss of entitlement  Suspension  Demotion  Termination of appointment  Dismissal
  13. 13. Individual responsibilities to the org Do Early Homework Plan with the Manager Use Available Resources and take responsibility Participation Be Punctual And Regular Creative Thinking and Suggestions