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  • 1. Organizational Behavior Mitesh Bhanushali 13009933 Satendra Negi 13009952 Pradeep Wayal 10009359
  • 2. Contents • Mitesh- • Definition • Division • Stages of Evolution • Pradeep- • Current State • Topic • Satendra- • Importance in Management • Conclusion • References
  • 3. Definition • The study of human behavior in organizational settings, the interface between human behavior and the organization, and the organization itself (Moorhead and Griffin 1995). •Organizational Behavior is the systematic study of the actions and attitudes that people exhibit within organizations (Aquinas 2006). •Organizational Behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact of individuals, groups and structures on behavior within organizations for the purpose of applying such knowledge towards improving an organization's effectiveness (Robbins 2009).
  • 4. Division Organizational Behavior can be divided into : • Micro Organizational Behavior. • Meso Organizational Behavior. • Macro Organizational Behavior. (Wagner and Hollenbeck 2010)
  • 5. Stages of Evolution • First: began industrial psychology, who teaches the individual worker in terms of skill, attitudes and trends that characterized them, such as: intelligence capacity and individual differences among workers. • Second: comes the stage of the school of human relations that are interested individuals as groups, to see relationships among themselves and the impact on labor productivity and the job satisfaction. • Third: Finally comes the stage of human behavior and organizational interested in studying the individual and the group, and their interaction individuals and groups with labor organizations and their surrounding environment and internal, and knowledge of the interaction between man and the organization operates. (The Evolution 2013)
  • 6. Current State • Studied in business schools in management, industrial psychology and industrial economics departments. • Its study and practice have expanded throught other domains: • Anthropology. • Leadership Understanding. • Ethics. (Staw and Kramer 2002)
  • 7. Topics • Counterproductive Work Behavior. • Decision Making. • Employee Mistreatment. • Groups and Teams. • Job attitudes and emotions. • Leadership. • Managerial Roles. • Motivation. • Organizational Culture. • Personality. • Stress. • Work-Family. (Duncan 1982)
  • 8. Importance in Management • Direct relevance for understanding general management. • Extends to specialists areas, such as accounting, production and marketing where, inevitably, organizing and managing people remain central activities. • Taken by number of students, either as a singlr degree or as a core element of degree programmes in engineering, modern languages and sports studies among others. (Knights and Willmott 2007)
  • 9. Conclusion • Helped in understanding the definition of organizational behavior. • The current state of the field. • Different topics covered in organizational behavior. • Its evolution through history. • Its importance.
  • 10. References • Aquinas, P.G. (2006) Organisation Behaviour, New Delhi: Excel Books. • Duncan, P.K. (1982) Current Topics in Organizational Behavior Management, New York: Haworth Press. • Knights, D. and Willmott, H. (2007) Organizational Behaviour and Management,Available at:http://www.cengagebrain.co.uk/content/knights00350_1844800350_02.01_cha pter01.pdf(Accessed: 9 April 2014). • Moorhead, G. and Griffin, R.W. (1995) Organizational behavior: Managing people and organizations, 5th edn., Boston: Houghton Mifflin. • Robbins, S.P. (2009) Organizational Behavior, New Delhi: Dorling Kindersley. • Staw, B. and Kramer, R.M. (2002) Research in Organizational Behaviour, Netherland: Elsevier Science. • Wagner, J. A., & Hollenbeck, J. R. (2010). Organizational Behavior: Securing Competitive Advantage. New York City: Routledge. • (2013) the evolution of the concept of organizational behavior, Available at: http://organizational-behavior-2013.blogspot.in/2013/01/the-evolution-of- concept-of.html (Accessed: 8th April 2014).