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Behavior Management

  1. 1. Behaviour ManagementThis presentation mainly shows the aspects of Behaviourmanagement.
  2. 2. Introduction to BehaviourManagement Behaviour management is similar to behaviour modification.It is a less intensive version of behaviour therapy. In behaviourmodification the focus is on changing behaviour, while inbehaviour management the focus is on maintaining order. Behaviour management skills are of particular importance toprofessionals in the corporate world. Behaviour managementinclude all of the actions and conscious inactions to enhancethe probability people, individually and in groups, choosebehaviours which are personally fulfilling, productive, andsocially acceptable.[1]
  3. 3. Charts relating tomanagerial activities.
  4. 4. Introduction to OBM Organizational behaviour management (Applied BehaviourAnalysis) (OBM) is an important aspect of managementwhich applies psychological principles oforganizational behaviour and theexperimental analysis of behaviour to organizations toimprove individual and group performance and worker safety. The areas of application may include: systems analysis,management, training, and performance improvement.[1][2]OBM is similar to human resource management, with moreemphasis on applied behaviour analysis and systems-levelfocus.
  5. 5. Some important facts relatedto OBM OBM is a concept first bought into the lime light by Dr.Alyce Dickinson. Also the first university to offer a graduate program inOBM and systems analysis was Western MichiganUniversity The first teacher to teach the course was Dr. DickMalott.
  6. 6. Features OBM interventions have been varied and include workingwith therapists on increasing billable hours [3] to increasingproductivity in Fortune 500 companies[4] to creating effectivepay systems.[5][6][7] OBM takes principles from many fields, including behaviouralsystems analysis and performance management, althoughthere is some debate as to whether taking principles fromfields outside of behaviour analysis meshes within thedefinition of OBM.[8] Related fields include behaviour-basedsafety and behavioural engineering.[9][10]
  7. 7. Behaviour changes with thechanging situations.
  8. 8. Thank you for your kindattention.“Suit the behaviour to the occasion” with this English saying we wouldend our presentation.