Organizational Behaviour: Concepts and Theories


Several other behavioral sciences, including psychology, sociology, social psychology, anthropology, and political science, have all contributed to the field of organizational behavior. It’s becoming more vital for managers to comprehend Organizational Behaviour. Employees need to learn to adapt quickly to new situations and circumstances as global competitiveness increases.
Managers are finding it harder and harder to implement ideas from the field of organizational behavior. Companies nowadays are free to operate across international boundaries. When we understand a person’s perspective and values, we can more accurately anticipate their behavior. An outsider’s perspective renders the behavior irrational since he lacks the same level of information. You may replace your reliance on intuition with more predictability, however.
Individual, group, and organizational structure are the focus of this field of study. OB is an applied discipline as well. Its goal is to improve organizational performance by making use of what we know about how people and groups function and how their dynamics are influenced by organizational structure. Organizational behavior (OB) is the study of how employee actions impact a business’ bottom line. Fundamental to OB are discussions of what drives people, how leaders exercise power, how teams work, how people evolve and how conflicts are resolved.
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Dr. Subasree Vanamali

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