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  • 1. MODELS OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR&ATTITUDE @ WORK PLACE- JOB SATISFACTION
    Group 6
    Adesh Mittal (10DCP-053)
    AnkitBhardwaj (10DCP-060)
    AnuragYadav (10DCP-063)
    Harsh Arya (10DCP-068)
    Himanshu Chopra (10DCP-070)
    VidurPandit (10DCP-094)
  • 2. Objective
    • to identify what behavioural model your organization prefers to operate in
    • 3. to study the job satisfaction aspect of attitude at the work place
  • Methodology
    • The behavioural model questionnaire : used to find out the mode in which the organization prefers to operate in. It is based upon the theory that organizations generally operate out of one of four modes - Autocratic, Custodial, Supportive, or Collegial – Keith Davis
    • 4. The job satisfactionquestionnaire:used to measure the different attributes that lead to job satisfaction
    Sample Size : 15 each from Accenture and Mphasis
    Scale : 5 for Always, 4 for often, 3 for Sometime, 2 for rarely, & 1 for Never
    Accenture/Mphasis
  • 5. Models of Organizational Behavior
  • 6. Contd..
  • 7. Attitudes
    • Positive or negative feelings concerning objects, people, or events
    • 8. Evaluative statements or judgments concerning objects, people, or events
  • Types of Attitudes
    • Job Satisfaction
    • 9. Job Involvement
    • 10. Organizational Commitment
    • 11. Perceived Organizational Support (POS)
    • 12. Employee Engagement
  • Job Satisfaction
    How people feel about their jobs overall and about different aspects of them -- the extent to which they like their jobs!
  • 13. Potential Effects of Job Satisfaction
  • Models Of Job Satisfaction
    • Affect Theory
    • 17. Dispositional Theory
    • 18. Two-Factor Theory (Motivator-Hygiene Theory)
  • Analysis: (Preferred OB-Model)
    • preferred mode of operation for the chosen two companies is a blend of Supportive &Custodial
    • 19. Prominent needs met : status and recognition, security
  • Job Satisfaction
    • that the mean for personal development and Security is closest to the mean for overall satisfaction score
    • 20. Rewards and recognition & Relationships mean scores are the highest.
  • Job Satisfaction
    • dependent variable - overall satisfaction is the
    • 21. independent variables- rewards & recognition, personal development, relationship, working duration, diversification and job security
  • Best Fit
  • 22. Best Fit
  • 23. Best Fit
  • 24. Best Fit
  • 25. Best Fit
  • 26. Best Fit
  • 27. Constraints/Limitations
    • Very small sample size
    • 28. Peer effect (influence)
    • 29. Subject interests
  • Conclusion
  • 30. References
    • http://www.statisticssolutions.com/pearson's-correlation-coefficient
    • 31. Robbins, S.P., Judge, T.A. & Sanghi, S. (2009), Organizational Behavior. 13th ed. Pearson Education, Prentice Hall
    • 32. http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/leader/obsurvey.html
  • Thank You !
    Group 6
    Adesh Mittal (10DCP-053)
    AnkitBhardwaj (10DCP-060)
    AnuragYadav (10DCP-063)
    Harsh Arya (10DCP-068)
    Himanshu Chopra (10DCP-070)
    VidurPandit (10DCP-094)