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The concept of caused behavior tells that a manager makes employees behave in a particular way by his own behavior. A manager should, there fore, be a role model.The concepts relating to the nature of the organization are two. They are organization in asocial system and mutuality of interests.The concept relating to the organization being social system tells us that no organizationcan have a value system, which is inconsistent with the social values in which it isoperating.The concept of relating mutuality on interest tells us that basically the interests of theemployees and the organizations are such that if employees interests suffer theorganization’s interests too suffer and vice-versa.Manager should have all these qualities to be successful his career. So it is very importantfor a manager to study Organizational behavior.
Q2.‘Organizational Behavior’ and ‘Human Relations are these two termscomplementary or contradictory.
“If you dig deeply into any problem, you will get to people.”
—J. Watson Wilson
“The manager's role is that of facilitating goal accomplishment by removing the barrierslimiting the group's performance.”
— Raymond E. MilesOrganizational Behavior and Human Relations are two complementary terms. We cansupport this statement with the following explanationOrganizations are social systems. If one wishes either to work in them or to manage them,it is necessary to understand how they operate. Organizations combine science and people-technology and humanity. Technology is difficult enough by itself, but when you add people you get an immensely complex social system that almost defies understanding.However, society must understand organizations and use them well because they arenecessary to reap the cornucopia of goods and services which technology makes possible.And they are necessary for world peace, good school systems and other desirable goalswhich mankind seeks.Human behavior in organizations is rather unpredictable as we now see it. It isunpredictable because it arises from deep-seated needs and nebulous value systems of
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