Costa and Bena Kallick Chapter 2.
SAQs Introduction Organizational Behavior is so important matter for an organization to operate their business. We know every organization their ultimate target is to maximize profit by satisfying customers need, want and demand successfully.
If any organization wants to do business for long time they must have to organize their business organization to compete in a high competitive global market. This unit will cover the definition of Organizational behavior as well as the goals of organizational behavior, some forces that affecting the organizational behavior, concepts and models of organizational behavior.
Learning Objectives After reading this chapter, you are expected to learn about: This unit is concerned with the meaning, goals, forces, concepts and models of organizational behavior. After completion of this unit you will be able to Define what is organizational behavior Identify the goals of organizational behavior Explain the forces that affecting organizational behavior Explain the fundamental concepts of organizational behavior Draw the models of organizational behavior Subject Matter of Organizational Behavior Every organization have their own objectives to achieve the ultimate target.
To achieve those objectives the management should operate their employees in a proper way. In this lesson we will try to understand what is organizational behavior means and what are the main goals of erganizational behavior.
At last we can say that OB is valuable for examining the dynamics of relationships with the small groups, both formal teams and informal groups. Goals of Organizational Behavior There are some goals of organizational behavior which are as follows: The first goal is to describe, systematically how people behave under a variety of conditions.
Achieving this goal allows managers to communicate about human behavior at work using a common language. A second goal is to understand any people behave as they do. The managers would be frustrated if they could talk about behavior of their employees, but not understand the reasons behind those actions.
The managers would have capacity to predict which employees might be dedicated and productive or which ones might have absent, cause problem. And thus the managers could take preventive actions.
The final goal of OB is to control and develop some human activity at work. Since managers are held responsible for performance outcome, they are vitally interested in being able to make an impact on employee behavior, skill development, team effort, and productivity.
Managers need to be able to improve results through the actions they and their employees take, and organizational behavior can aid them in their pursuit of this goal. Forces or Elements of Organizational Behavior Organizations operate their functional activities by some elements, which affect organizations.
People make up the internal social system in the organization. They consist of individuals and groups. Groups may be large or small, formal and informal, official or unofficial.
Human organization changes every day. People are living, thinking and feeling beings that created the organization and try to achieve the objectives and goals.
Structure defines the formal relationship and use of people in the organization. Different people in an organization are given different roles and they have certain relationship with others.
Those people have to be related in some structural way so that their work can be effectively coordinated.focus on student behavior use simple, specific action verbs select appropriate assessment methods state desired performance criteria Focus on Student Behavior.
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