Chap 1 Organizational Behaviour and Management.docx

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Western University
Business Administration
Business Administration 2295F/G
Jeannie Gillmore

Chap1OrganizationalBehaviourandManagementOrganizations social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effortSocial inventions mean that their essential characteristic is the coordinated presence of people not necessarily thingsThe field of organizational behaviour is about understanding people and managing them to work effectivelyThe field of organizational behaviour is concerned with how organizations can survive and adapt to change to survive behaviours neededBe motivated to join and remain in the organizationCarry out their basic work reliably in terms of productivity quality and serviceBe willing to continuously learn and upgrade their knowledge and skillsBe flexible and innovativeThe field of organizational behaviour is concerned with how to get people to practise effective team workWhat it OBOB the attitudes and behaviours of individuals and groups in organizationsStudyWhat is an organizational culture and what role does it play in an organizations successHow do employees learn and what is the role of training and career planningHow can organizations motivate employees and how important is the compensationHow should managers communicate to employeesWhy study OBIt is interesting important and makes a differenceGoals of OBPredicting organizational behaviourExplaining organizational behaviourManaging organizational behaviour
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