Organizational Behavior

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Organizational Behavior

  1. 1. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR www.humanikaconsulting.com
  2. 2. Current Trends and Issues inManagement (Robbins, 2003)  Globalization  Ethics  Workforce Diversity  Entrepreneurship  E-business  Quality Management  Learning Organizations  Knowledge Management
  3. 3. Challenges and Opportunities for OB(Robbins, 2008)  Responding to Globalization  Managing Workforce Diversity  Improving Quality and Productivity  Responding to the Labor Shortage  Improving Customer Service  Improving People Skills  Empowering People  Coping with “Temporaries”  Stimulating Innovations and Changes  Helping Employees Balance Work/Life Conflicts  Improving Ethical behavior
  4. 4. Vision of the Future "Theres nothing permanent, except changes" Heraclitus, 513 BC “The only consistent things in life is inconsistency” Toffler, 1975 – The Third Wave
  5. 5. Model of Strategic and Operationalchange: “No universal rule”(Pettigrew & Whipp, 1993)  Environment Assessment  Leading Change  Linking strategic and operational change  Human resources as asset and liabilities  Coherence of purpose
  6. 6. Organization and itsStakeholders
  7. 7. Organization and itsStakeholders
  8. 8. The Human side of the Corporation ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR  Communications  Decision Making  Organization Design and Structure  Organizational Change and Development GROUP DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR  Formal or Informal  Interactions  Conflicts  Power and Politics  Leadership process and style INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR  Personality  Perception  Motivation  Attitude  Job Description  Job Stress
  9. 9. The Influencing factors  Pride:to the “Employee’s Morale  Organization or company (Corporate Image, Corporate culture)  Management (Leadership, people-oriented management)  Trust:  Management (Leader / Manager)  Advancement “Employee’s (Training & development, Empowerment, Career planning) Morale”  Grievance Channels (Open Management, Knowledge Management, Open Communication system)  Security:  Compensation (How competitive?)  Fringe Benefits (Acceptable?)  Grievance Channels (Open Management, Knowledge Management, Open Communication system)  Environment (Physical, Psychological)
  10. 10. Approaches in Organizational Behavior

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