Organizational Behavior

Post date: 01/26/2012 - 08:41

Mostly people consider conflict unfavorable for organizations and should be avoided but on the other hand some thinkers are on the opinion that it cannot be avoid and it is important for the organization survival . Both groups and individuals involve in conflict. it arises due to differences in value system, incompatible goals, scarce resources

Post date: 11/10/2011 - 06:40

Information technology is changing the style of the businesses. Business operations, customer services, product designs and marketing strategies are heavily depending upon information technology. The computers, which are supporting this function, can be found on the desk, on the shop floor in the store or even in the briefcase.

Post date: 08/22/2011 - 11:57

Impression management also called self presentation, is the process by which people seek to manage and control the other people perception regarding them. There is often a tendency for people to try to present them so as to impress others in a socially desirable way.

Post date: 07/28/2011 - 06:34

Power is a capacity or potential that a person A has to influence the behavior of another person B that B does things he or she would not otherwise do. It is a function of dependence, the greater B’s dependence on A, the greater is A’s power in the relationship. For A to get B to do something he or she otherwise would not do means that B must have the discretion to make choices.

Post date: 04/24/2009 - 20:28

Organizational Behavior is the understanding, prediction and management of human behavior in organization. It represents the human side of management. All managers, besides their technical functions, have to deal with human beings, so they need to have the understanding of organizational behavior.

Post date: 04/24/2009 - 20:28

Perceptual selectivity is concerned with internal and external variables that gave individual’s attention. Perceptual organization is concerned with process of organizing the inputs into identifiable whole objects. Principal of Perceptual Organization are Figure Ground, Perceptual Grouping, Perceptual Constancy and Perceptual Context

Post date: 04/24/2009 - 20:27

A paradigm simply establishes the rules (written or unwritten), defines the boundaries and tells one how to behave within the boundaries to be successful. The impact of globalization, info Tech, diversity and ethics has led to a paradigm shift.  Therefore, there are new rules, boundaries and behaviors for today and tomorrow’s management to get success

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