His presence was blessed in 1857 & absence is felt since 1941.
Organization bahaviour intr. by abdul gafoor
A WARMWELCOME TO ONE & All
OUR INSPIRATIONLORD BADEN POWELL Founder of scouting A decorated soldier, Talented artist, Actor and Free-thinker (1857-1941) TEAM RECOGNITION Team Lord Baden Powell (B-P’s)
Case Study – Fact File GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA• Founder- Mrs. Juliette Low.• Incorporation- 1912.• Inspiration- Lord Baden Powell, (Founder Boy Scouts, England).• Initial membership- 08 Girls. (Today nearly 03 Million across America) 4
Girl Scouts of AmericaContd…..• a non-profit organization• More than 300 local autonomous councils , each with its own BoD.• Interests- Fund raising, training & community relations.• Training- leadership, communication skills & team work involvement.• VAS include: Cooking, camping, home making & health care.
Girl Scouts of AmericaContd…..• Girl Scout membership is divided into 5 categories. These are: (1) Daisy, (2) Brownies,(3) Juniors, (4) Cadets and (5) Seniors.• rely heavily on volunteers for their operations even though they do hire some paid employees.• A major aspect of leader training is to encourage their troops to behave responsibly and take responsibility for the outcomes of their own decisions and actions.
Girl Scouts of AmericaContd…..• activities are supported by private donations, membership fees, cookie sales and other charities.• Their planning and operational style is structured and calculative in nature.
Discussion QuestionsQ1. Why is Girls Scouts of America considered as one of the bestmanaged organization?Q2.What managerial functions and roles are most prominent in theactivities of this organization?Q3. How does this organization relate to the field of OB? What types ofvarious interdisciplinary forces affect the operations of theorganization?Q4. How does the management of this organization interact with theexternal environment, if any?
AFTER REFERING THE FIRST MODULE & LISTENING TO OUR PRSENTATION,V HOPE THAT ONE SHALL BE ABLE TO:1. Define organizational behavior (OB).2. Managerial function of management.3. Managerial roles & Skills in an organization.4. Why study Organizational behavior.5. Organizational behavior model.6. Learning organizations. 10
Organizational Behavior• Definition: The study of human behavior, attitudes, and performance in organizations.• Value of OB: Helps people attain the competencies needed to become effective employees, team leaders/members, or managers• Competency:an interrelated set of abilities, behaviors, attitudes, and knowledge needed by an individual to be effective in most 11 professional and managerial positions
What Managers Do Managerial Activities • Make decisions • Allocate resources • Direct activities of others to attain goals 12
Management Functions Planning Organizing Management FunctionsControlling Leading 13
ORGANISATION BEHAVIOURInterrelated dimensions influencing behaviour:• The Individual - working environment should satisfy individual needs as well as attainment of organisational goals.• The Group - formal and informal. Understanding of groups complements a knowledge of individual behaviour.• The Organisation - impact of organisation structure and design, and patterns of management, on behaviour.• The Environment - technological and scientific development, economic activity, governmental actions. 22
Components of Organizational BehaviorUnderstanding Organizational Behavior involvesStudying: •Individuals in organizations •Team and group process. •Organization process. 23
Contributing Disciplines Psychology Sociologyseeks to measure, explain, Studies people in relation and change behavior to their fellow human beings Social psychology focuses on the influence of people on one another Anthropology Political science is the study of societies is the study of the behavior to learn about human of individuals and groupsbeings and their activities within a political environment 24
MODELS OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Basic OB Model 25
MODELS OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR There are four major models or frameworks that organizations operate out of: •Autocratic •Custodial •Supportive •Collegial• Although there are four separate models, almost no organization operates exclusively in one.• There will usually be a predominate one, with one or more . areas over-lapping in the other models 26
SUMMATION:• The first model, autocratic, has its roots in the industrial revolution.• The managers of this type of organization operate out of McGregors Theory X.• The next three models begin to build on McGregors Theory Y.• They have each evolved over a period of time and there is no one "best" model.• The collegial model should not be thought as the last or best model, but the beginning of a new model or paradigm. 27