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  • ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR It has two words ‘ Organisation ’ and ‘ Behaviour ’. Organisation: as two or more individuals who are interacting with each other within a deliberately structured set up and working in an interdependent way to achieve some common objective/s. Organisation comprises of people with different attitudes,cultures, beliefs, norms and values . Behaviour : It is how an individual acts and reacts
    • Meaning:
    • As the study of what people think, feel, and do in and around organizations.
    • The study of Organizational Behavior facilitates the process of explaining, understanding, predicting, maintaining, and changing employee behavior in an organizational setting.
    • Definition:
    • It is defined “as a field of study that investigates
    • the impact that individuals, groups and structure have on behavior within organiisations, for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward improving an orgn’s effectiveness”.
    • - Stephen .P. Robbins.
    • · people as organizations,
    • · people as resources,
    • · people as people.
    • Bcoz organizational behavior is concerned specifically with employment – related situations, you should not be surprised to find that it emphasizes behavior as related to concerns such as jobs,work, absenteeism, employment turnover, productivity, human performance and management
  • Nature of OB
    • OB is an applied behavioral sciences.
    • built on contributions from various discipline.
    • Psychology, Sociology, Social Psychology,
    • Anthropology and Economics.
  • Scope of Organizational Behavior
    • Encompasses the study of
    • Individual Behavior : Personality, attitude, perception, learning, opinion, motivation and job satisfaction.
    • Personality Inter individual Behavior : Group Dynamics, inter-group conflict, leadership, communication.
    • Behavior of the organization : such aspects as their formation, structures, effectiveness and formal and informal organisations.
  • OB MODEL Personality Perception Learning Attitudes and values Motivation Group Dynamics Leadership Power and politics Communication Conflict Orgn Culture Human resources policies & Practices Work stress Org Change and Development Individual Behavior Group Behavior Organization Organizational Effectiveness
  • Perspectives and Challenges for OB
    • Work Force Diversity
    • Changing Demographics of work Force
    • Changed Employee Expectations
    • Globalization
    • Corporate Reorganizations
    • Improving Quality and productivity
    • Stimulating Innovation and change
    • Improving Ethical Behavior
  • Foundations of Individual Behavior ENVT Factors Economic Social Norms& Culture Political Personal Factors Age, Gender,Education, Abilities, Marital Status, No of Dependents Orgn System & Resources Physical Facilities Organisation structure & design Leadership Reward System Psychological Personality Perception Attitudes Values Learning Performance Individual Development