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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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Categories:Types, Business/Law
Published by: Saurabh Arya on Feb 18, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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Presented By:(125) AnushaJain(144) Jinan Navlakha(150) PalakAgarwal(164) SaurabhArya
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
rganizational behavior encompasses a wide range of topics, such as humanbehavior, change, leadership, teams, etc.
rganizational Behaviouris the study and application ofknowledge abouthuman behavior related to other elements of an organization such asstructure, technology and social systems .-LM Prasad
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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