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Behavioral Approach to Today’s Organization

Behavioral Approach to Today’s Organization

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Published by Saurabh Arya
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Published by: Saurabh Arya on Feb 18, 2011
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Presented By:(125) AnushaJain(144) Jinan Navlakha(150) PalakAgarwal(164) SaurabhArya
 
O
rganizational behavior is the study of whatpeople think, feel and do in and aroundorganizations.
It explores individual emotions andbehavior, team dynamics and the systems andstructures of organizations
O
rganizational behavior encompasses a wide range of topics, such as humanbehavior, change, leadership, teams, etc.
O
rganizational Behaviouris the study and application ofknowledge abouthuman behavior related to other elements of an organization such asstructure, technology and social systems .-LM Prasad
 
T
he concept was first introduced by a German Sociologist Max Weber.
Influential work was done byHerbert Alexander SimonandJames G.Marchand the so-called "Carnegie School" of organizational behavior.
In Elton Mayos classic writing in 1931, HumanProblems of an Industrial Civilization, he advisedmanagers to deal with emotional needs of employees at work.
Douglas McGregor proposed twotheories/assumptions, which are very nearly theopposite of each other, about human nature basedon his experience as a management consultant.

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