Foundations of organizational behaviour

15,252 views

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
15 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
15,252
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
335
Comments
0
Likes
15
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Foundations of organizational behaviour

  1. 1. ProfessorVidhya Srinivas
  2. 2.  Management  Organize  Individuals  Groups  Organization  Behaviour
  3. 3.  Is the study and application of knowledge about how people – as individuals and groups act within the organizations.  Levels in the organization ▪ Individuals ▪ Interpersonal – dyad ▪ Small Groups ▪ Intergroup ▪ Whole System
  4. 4.  Describe  Understand  Predict  Control
  5. 5.  People  Individuals  Groups  Structure  Jobs  Relationships  Technology  Machinery  System  Environment  Government  Competition  Societal pressures
  6. 6.  The Nature of the People  Individual Differences  Perception  A Whole Person  Motivated Behaviour  Desire for Involvement  Value of the Person
  7. 7. The Nature of Organizatons  Social Systems  Mutual Interest  Ethics
  8. 8. Do Organizations make Individuals or Individuals Make Organizations???
  9. 9.  Founder of Infosys  Middle class family of 8 children  He was the fifth child  Siddalghatta in Karnataka  School Topper and cleared IIT entrance but could not study because of high fees  So studied from a local engineering college in Maysore as a top ranking graduate in electrical engineering
  10. 10.  Availed a scholarship to study M-tech from IIT Kanpur  Ist Job at IIM as chief systems programmer  His Paris Stint  His Pune Stint  His Bangalore Stint  Birth of Infosys
  11. 11.  Personal Factors: Age, Sex, Education, Abilities (IQ), Marital Status, Dependents, Creativity, EQ  Psychological: Personality, Perceptions, Attitudes, Values and Learning  Environmental: Economic, Social norms and cultural values, Ethics and Social Responsibility, Political  Organizational Systems and resources: physical facilities, Organization structure and design, Leadership, Reward System, Work related Behaviour
  12. 12.  Impact of age: performance, turnover, absenteeism, productivity and satisfaction  Impact of gender/sex: leadership, analytical, problem solving ability, turnover, absenteeism  Education: generalist vs specialist  Abilities: deals with IQ based on number reasoning, verbal comprehension, perceptual speed, inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, spatial visualization, memory
  13. 13.  Physical abilities:  Strength factors: dynamic, trunk, static, explosive  Flexibility factors: extent, dynamic  Other factors: body coordination, balance, stamina  Marital Status: absenteeism, turnover, satisfaction  Creativity: background experience, personal traits, cognitive abilities  Emotions: anger, joy, love, fear, hatred, sadness, surprise. They are universal
  14. 14.  Moods and Impact on performance  Emotional Intelligence:  Emotional attainment or self awareness and people skills  Emotional management  Using emotions  Self-Motivation
  15. 15.  Economic factors: employment opportunities, wages, economic cycles, technological change  Cultural factors: ethics, achievement need, effect and reward  Ethics and social responsibility: satyam vs TATA  Political: political ideology viz a viz organizations ideology
  16. 16.  Facilities  Organization structure and design  Leadership  Reward system  Work related behaviour  Joining the organization  Remaining with the organization  Maintaining work attendance  Performing required task  Exhibiting organizational citizenship
  17. 17.  Form 5 teams of 5 students each. Each team shall select one job out of the given five below make a list of duties and responsibilities of each together with the physical and mental exertions involved. Take 15 mins to complete this . Make a batch wise presentation to the class. Summarize the exercise
  18. 18. GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP4 GROUP5 CEO SELECTOR PRODUCER DIRECTOR PRESIDENT MARKETING HEAD COACH DIRECTOR PROFESSOR PRIMEMINIST ER PRODECTION HEAD CAPTAIN MUSICAN LECTURER C.MINISTER HR HEAD STAR BATSMAN SREEN PLAY ADMINISTRAT ION MLA FINANCE HEAD STAR BOWLER ACTORS STUDENTS SARPANCH

×