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ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE WITH LEADERSHIP MORTIVATION AND TEAM WORK

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I"trodu&tio" Introduction 1.1 Analysis of different organizational structures and culture 1.2 Factors influencing individual behaviour at work 2.1 !he effectiveness of different leadershi" styles in different organisations 2.2 I#"act of leadershi" styles on #otivation in the changing organisations 3.1 $otivational theories P#'e No 03 05 0 11 12 12 1& 15 1) 1* 1, 1

3.2 %valuate the usefulness of #otivational theories &.1 'rou" behaviour within the organisation &.2 (evelo"#ent of effective tea#work &.3 !he technology on tea# functioning in an organisation +onclusion -eferences

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.I"trodu&tio" . 1e can identify the leadershi" as the "rocess by which a "erson has/ to influence his followers to acco#"lish a goal or ob2ective and cohesively and coherently directs the organisation to achieve its vision. !he good organisation culture always su""orts the organisation to gain #ore custo#er attractiveness and it #aintains great custo#er and e#"loyee loyalty.eaders are always directing the organisation into correct "ath by #odifying the culture/ values/ #ethods/ behaviours/ actions and #easures of the organisation. !he organisation culture is very critical for the well0being of the organisation. .ae#ore 20115.eadershi" is very critical in #aintaining the vision/ "ur"ose and the values of the organisation. !he funda#ental ste"s in solving "roble#s within the organisation which should be essentially "racticed by the leaders can be identified as follows 46elge/ 20015 • • • • • !he e7istence of the "roble# should be identified (efining and refining the identified "roble# Allocating recourses $entally re"resenting the "roble# 8trategy for#ulation to solve the "roble# 3 . !he leaders directly engaged with the organisational "rocess. !he correct "roble# solving #echanis# should be followed to have an effective organisational "rocess.eaders have different leadershi" attributes like 3alues/ beliefs/ character/ ethics/ skills and knowledge 4. !hey need to carry out the organisational "rocess of a""lying these attributes in a successful way.

• • $onitoring the solution obtained %valuating the solution after it has been solved !he leaders9 intelligence by acting through above ste"s shows the success of the organisation throughout the undesirable future. !he way that leaders solve organisational "roble#s directly affect to the organisation9s culture. !hey should not har# to the culture of the organisation. . !he e#"loyees in each and every organization are noticing and validating the ele#ents of the organisational culture. And also e#"loyees are always 2udging #anage#ent decisions within the organisation to hire/ fire colleagues and reward 4+erto/ and +erto/ 200.5. Atte#"t at organizational change leaders #ust consider three #a2or features of organizational life • • • !he leadershi" of the change effort !he fir#>s culture %7isting "ower network !he organisation9s culture has an i#"act on the ability to e7ecute and e7"and organisational strategy and in achieving business goals and ob2ectives. Although the organisational culture should be changed according to the latest theories and technologies in the industry/ it should not har# to the view of the e#"loyees/ custo#ers and the society about the organisation 4:rochaska . !he very i#"ortant i#"act of #a2or co#"anies such as I=$/ and 8ears is/ organizational i#"rove#ent "ush/ although they are e7ternal #e#bers of the board / to" e7ecutives or #a2or investors/ they should deal with behavioural and cultural obstacles in change. If the organisational culture has been built u" on global #echanis#/ it often beco#es a #ore convenient "lace for the e#"loyees as 4 .eves<ue 20015.

5. ()( A"#$!sis o% di%%ere"t or'#"i*#tio"#$ stru&tures #"d &u$ture 1e cannot find universal agreed definitions of structural and cultural as"ects of organizations. !he literature which has been generated throughout the "ast ti#e "eriod about the organizational culture is very i#"ortant to study about how to change organizational culture over the future 4?adler/ 8haw and 1alton 1 55. ?or#ally the high0"erfor#ing organizations ti#e to ti#e revisit the organisational core values and they investigate associated behaviours of the organisation and they subscribe so#e initiatives which needs constant bench#arking. !he idea to i#"rove the business of e7isting e#"loyees and referral rates level of ownershi" is relatively high 4. ?or#ally the structure is built u" 5 . !he cor"orate culture conce"t is very i#"ortant when we need to "ut an atte#"t to #anage the wide change of the organisation. +or"orate culture can recognise as a syste# based on values and nor#s of the co#"any and a collection of organisational behaviours like the "roducts/ technologies/ service strategies and a""earance. !he organizational change includes the changing structures/ "rocesses and the cor"orate culture changes.ae#ore 2011/ ".well as workers. !he organisation will beco#e well known a#ong the custo#ers and e#"loyees. If we investigate the recent events in the business world we can clearly identify that understanding culture of the organisation and its i#"act on hu#an behaviour es"ecially with res"ect to the leaders in the organizations has critical i#"ortance. 8tructural features of organization can be known as for#al/ those are created and #aintained by docu#entation/ and also they set res"onsibilities/ rewards or "unish#ents and for#al rights on individual behaviour as well as the tea#s of the organisation.&115. !hose co#"anies are usually searching for best "ractices in the inside and outside to the organization 4+erto/ and +erto/ 200.

1hen we are creating organizational structures by taking the su""ort of the "eo"le at each level of organisational hierarchy/ the culture of the organisation which defines the roles of the "eo"le in different "ositions and the kinds of "eo"le who will fill the# is directly affected to that structure 46uber and 'lick 1 3/ ". It is not a "ossible thing to se"arate structure and culture of an organisation. %ach "art of the structure can be known as a se"arate class.3125.1. !he culture brings the organization to the "ractical ways at the ti#es it sets out the 2obs should be done. 1e can i#agine a co#"any like "eo"le work in se"arate de"art#ents organized as divisions or sections. @rganisation structure deter#ines the way that the organization is su""osed to o"erate within the industry 4?adler/ 8haw/ and 1alton 1 55. An e7"licit #odel for this structure was shown in the figure 1. If we are concerned about the organizational culture/ the features that are infor#al and those features are created and #aintained by 2ust word of #outh and centred ideology can be seen. 1hile the structure is establishing the "ositions of the organisation like the "resident/ vice "resident/ secretary/ and the "ositions of bellow levels/ the culture says #en will #ake the decisions and wo#en will do the actual work. 1e can use our lessons which were learned in the "ast/ to avoid re"lays of crisis situations. !o take organisation9s decisions it is very essential to know the infor#ation like cultural infor#ation of "eo"le/ circu#stances/ facts/ events/ ob2ects/ "rocesses and etc. !he culture defines how "eo"le realise the reasons and how they routes for their own actions 4-a#sey 20015. An obvious organizational structure is very i#"ortant to get an idea about the behaving an organisational structure.officially/ on the basis of known rules and "rocedures in use. 8o culture and structure are interconnected with each other. 6 . !hey define the facts like winning and losing/ good and bad/ friends and ene#ies.

!o overco#e above disadvantages a new #odel was identified na#ed organisational hierarchy which works best when we do not have #uch different behaviour between the structures within the organisation. And also it allows the organisation to stay fle7ible if there are new kinds of organizations a""ear. If the organisation has so#e varied behaviours then this can be used to "ull down the# 4.1 Division * Department 1 Person * +i'ure ()( An e7"licit/ and obvious/ organizational structure. 1 * Organization {Hierarchy} Children Parent 7 . 1e can see two #ain disadvantages in e7"licit structure. !his is the basic structure that #ost of organisations are using with their traditional culture 4!ri"athi/ 1 15. If there is co##on behaviour between the kinds of organization those do not work well. And also they e#bed the current organizational categories into the design.ae#ore 20115.

3 Adding :arty to an organisational hierarchy ().is organized by 2ob function or geogra"hic location at sa#e ti#e 4Auran/ 1 .Figure 1. 5. !his can be concerned in organizational structures under #atri7 style such as 6. For a large organisation we need to see different kinds of links between the "arties within the organisation.3 is a better choice for #any organizations/ because it shows a su"er ty"e of an organisational hierarchy and also it certainly catches the usual organisational charts "retty well. %7a#"le is individual differences but the #ost i#"ortant two factors can be identified as "ersonality and the "erce"tion. +#&tors i"%$ue"&i"' i"di-idu#$ be.2 @rganization hierarchy A hierarchy like. And 8 .#-iour #t /or0 1e can identify a few factors which are influence to the individual behaviour at work. =ut if we are concerned this to"ic dee"ly/ we can classify these factors under two #ain categories. 1. An organisational behaviour #ay directly affect to the grou"s and individual behaviour at work. Party Person Organization Figure1. =oth of the# influence the individual behaviour dra#atically.

e i"di-idu#$ !here #ight be #any #ental and "hysical factors of the individuals which are affected to the individual behaviour at work. . According to the current situation we can see in #ost industries there is high co#"etition a#ong the fir#s. .)( T.e i"di-idu#$ !his #akes the highest influence on the individual behaviour at work.eves<ue 20015. I"ter"#$ %#&tors o% t. 1orking conditions. !here are lots of e7ternal factors #ay affect to the individual>s behaviour.e e%%e&ti-e"ess o% di%%ere"t $e#ders.i2 st!$es i" di%%ere"t Or'#"is#tio"s (ifferent organisations are "racticing different leadershi" styles in directing their workforce to achieve the organization9s #ission. +o#"any "olicies/ Ad#inistration/ Buality and the way of su"ervision/ @""ortunity for growth in the 2ob/ the level of inter"ersonal relationshi"/ 8alaries/ wages and other financial benefits/ !he 2ob security/ 8ocial status/ %ntrusted res"onsibility and -ecognition of the 2ob a#ong others is also #ay affect 4=rown/ Forshaw and Corn/ 20105.also #any incidents ha""en internally and also e7ternally to the organisation #ay cause to the changes of individual behaviour 4:rochaska . E1ter"#$ %#&tors o% t. !o face that co#"etition successfully each and every 9 . As e7a#"les #ental stress at the work "lace/ not having a "ro"er idea about the work/ the conflicts with grou" #e#bers/ "ersonal "roble#s/ dissatisfaction about the work and also "hysical #atters can also influenced 4'ary/ 20025. !he successfulness of the organization de"ends on the effective leadershi" styles.

23&02355. As . • 8elling 4"ersuading5 style3 the leader is continuously giving instructions and kee"s su"ervision/ but he e7"lains reasons/ and also invites followers to give suggestions/ and also su""orts for the "rogress. and in generally. 1e can9t see one correct style for all leaders in all situations at all ti#es (-a#sey/ 20015. 10 . 6owever according to these i#"ortant "oints we can identify so#e leadershi" style which can be seen in different organisations 4(e#ing 1 . • !elling 4directive5 style 3 the leader gives the instructions ste"0by/ and kee"s close su"ervision with the followers. !he way of leader acting on these res"onsibilities is called the leadershi" style. And also it de"ends on how they see about the#selves/ in relation to a task .organization should "ractice effective leadershi" styles within the organization. Acting through this way is we called as situational leadershi".eaders they should have res"onsibility in balancing the achieve#ent of tasks/ the develo"#ent of the "eo"le of their grou"s and the #eeting of the individuals needs. =uilding and achieving organisational strategies always de"end on the effectiveness of the leaders 4=rown/ Forshaw and Corn/ 20105. 8ituational leadershi" #eans using the #ost suitable style at a "articular ti#e. !he successfulness of the leaders de"ends on the level of reaction to/ change/ efficiency learning habits/ recognition and the level of de"endency on self0#otivated :ro2ects or tea#0#otivated "ro2ects. !he behaviour of the leaders always de"ends on their knowledge/ e7"erience. Dsually individuals and grou"s are behaving differently fro# one to another the different tasks and should be ada"ted according to the situation.)/ ".

In this dyna#ic business environ#ent each and every organisation needs to have effective leadershi" styles which are able to take the co#"any to the heist "osition. 8o it is very i#"ortant to identify the i#"act of leadershi" styles to the #otivation and the level of efficiency of those styles. .• 8haring 4consulting5 4 Always the leader encourages followers to for suggestions and like to share so#e res"onsibilities with the#. !he leader>s style directly affect to the level of #otivation of the followers.i2 st!$es o" moti-#tio" i" t.). 11 . Following table shows the relation between the leadershi" style/ #otivation ty"e/ "ersonality ty"e and the efficiency level 4+herrington/ 1 &/ ". • (elegating 3 !he leader is always willing to "ass res"onsibility to solve "roble#s and #ake decision to #e#bers/ during #onitoring and watching the brief. Im2#&t o% $e#ders.eadershi" style has a great influence on the level of #otivation. In the lifeti#e/ #an9s #otivation is always influenced by dyna#ic a#bitions and leadershi" style with hi#.3 25.e &.#"'i"' or'#"is#tio"s .

1e are recognising the #otivation as an act of 12 .i#ited su"ervision decision #aking res"onsibility $otivation !y"e !ea# #otivated :ersonality !y"e %fficiency .eader of ideas or 6igh "eo"le.eadershi" 8tyle ..ow 5)( Moti-#tio"#$ T.eader>s skill and the work environ#ent decide the "ersonality ty"e and efficiency of the leader (e"endency . Inde"endent 8elf0#otivated Achiever !hriving on change $i7ed styles 'oal #otivated -eward #otivated -ecognition #otivated 6igh level su"ervision of :eer #otivated Authority #otivated !hreat/ fear -esist change #otivated .eories $otivation is known as the act of letting so#eone to get a desired course of action and also to "ush correct atte#"t to gain the desired reactions.

ewin9s Force Field !heory/ and F.eor! Se$%3 A&tu#$i*#ti o" Esteem Needs So&i#$ Needs S#%et! Needs Ps!&.o$o'i&#$ Needs 13 . Aohnson 20025.#anagers/ as a continuous "rocess.! o% Needs T.1. And also it can be "ositive or negative/ it should be goal oriented and it is known as an art. !aylor9s 8cientific $anage#ent 4.#m M#s$o/6s Hier#r&.e:ine/ %rez . Abr#. 1hen we are considering the theories of #otivation we can find so#e i#"ortant theories of #otivation as Abraha# $aslow9s 6ierarchy of ?eeds !heory/ 6erzberg9s !wo Factor !heory/ (ouglas $c'regor9s !heory E and !heory F/ 3ictor 3roo#9s %7"ectancy !heory/ Curt .

In this theory Abraha# $aslow describes the flow of satisfying the needs of the #an.eories 14 .e so&i#$ "eeds7 esteem "eeds /i$$ &ome %or/#rd) T.is &#te'or! su&.ose "eeds t.ier#r&.o$o'i&#$ "eed su&.imse$%) It me#sured b! t. #s . t. #s be$o"'i"'s7 %rie"ds.e see0s %or t.e s#%et! #t "eeds su&.e #mou"t o% &.e$ter) A%ter #"! 2erso" s#tis%!i"' t. t. According to hi# "erso" be'i"s /it. #s 'i-e" re&o'"itio" or e-#$u#tio" %or # 8ob /e$$3do"e) M#s$o/ ide"ti%ied Se$%3#&tu#$i*#tio" "eeds #t t.#$$e"'e o% /or0 9 Cark/ 8ha#ir .2 E-#$u#te t. Aohnson 20025.ier#r&.e %i"#$ $e-e$ o% "eeds .e see0s %or so&i#$ "eeds su&. +hen 20035. A%ter e"suri"' s#%et! "eeds .e /or02$#&e 4-a#sey/ 20015. 3.eor! 6erzberg has been carrying out a research using 200 engineers and accountants by asking to #e#orize the situations about their "ositive and feelings on the 2ob and the reason for the#.e .!) T.is t!2e o% "eed re2rese"ts t.i2s7 $o-e7 et&) A%ter s#tis%!i"' /it. Her*ber'6s T/o +#&tor T. As the results of the research he "resented a two0ste" a""roach which describes e#"loyee #otivation and satisfaction. 6e na#ed those factors as 6ygiene factors which describes the un"leasant working conditions at work 4such as 1orking conditions/ +o#"any "olicies/ Ad#inistration/ Buality and the way of su"ervision/ %etent of inter"ersonal relationshi"s5 and $otivator factors which describes the individual9s need for "ersonal growth 4such as @""ortunity for growth in the 2ob/ %ntrusted res"onsibility/ 8ocial status/ -ecognition a#ong others/ +hallenging work 5 4.! #"d tr!i"' to s#tis%! 2s!&.e /#! # 2erso" 2er&ei-es .e:ine/ %rez .e "eed %or bei"' 2r#ised &omes u"der t.irst #"d s.is sur-i-#$ #t t.e $e-e$ o% su&&ess #"d t.u"'er7 t. #s 8ob se&urit! to e"sure .e use%u$"ess o% moti-#tio"#$ t.e bottom $i"e o% t.e" .

And if the followers should se"arately be #otivated/ in that situation also leaders can use #otivational theories. 1hen we are considering about the followers or workers/ it is very i#"ortant to understand the theories of #otivation to the# also. If the leaders can treat their followers in a way that they are highly satisfied/ then that organization can build an attractive organization for their workers. !hen they can build a "ro"er "lan to satisfy future needs 4-a#sey/ 2001I 123012&5. !he leaders should have the ability to identify the li#itations of those theories with res"ect to their environ#ent and they should find the "ossible solutions 4-a#sey/ 2001/ ". 1hen we are considering about the #otivational theories always they are not "erfect.eaders should clearly identify their followers9 #otivational levels. As an e7a#"le when we are considering the Abraha# $aslow9s 6ierarchy of ?eeds !heory there are several "roble#s can be identified where as it has greater "otential to a""eal in the business world such as/ • • • • ?ot clear when would be a certain level is considered as GsatisfiedH 8o#eti#es individual behaviour #ight be reflect the reaction for #ore than one need For the sa#e need individuals #ay res"ond differently $odel has ignored so#e crucial conditions 8o the leaders should correctly a""ly the #otivational theories according to the situation and the nature of the followers. !o have such an organization the leaders should have a "ro"er understanding of the #otivational theories. 15 .25. . =ecause they can understand their own satisfaction level and the flow of satisfying those needs res"ectively.Dnderstanding #otivational theories are very i#"ortant for both leaders and followers.1.

!he organization builds u" for#al grou"s to allocates tasks and res"onsibilities within the organisation to achieve organizational goals. !hey are called for#al and infor#al grou"s. !he infor#al grou"s can be arranged for co#"anionshi"/ growth/ co##on interests/ or su""ort. !he interaction between the #e#bers of the grou" is very i#"ortant. 1e can identify #ain two ty"es of grou"s who are engaging in an organisation.i" t. ?ot like for#al grou"s. =ut #anaging an effective grou" is not an easy task.1 N#ture o% 'rou2s #"d 'rou2 be. +orm#$ Grou2s A grou" for# by the organization with target of acco#"lishing a s"ecific task is known. %7a#"les of for#al grou"s are +o##and grou"s and task grou"s 4-obbins/ 20025. 16 . !he various grou"s within the organisation are varying according to the degrees of for#alization 4!ri"athi/ 1 15.e or'#"is#tio" 1e can identify a grou" as #ore than one "eo"le/ who are interacting and working together to acco#"lish a co##on "ur"ose.#-iour /it.&. A work grou" is the #ain foundation of the organisation for the social identity of e#"loyees this cha"ter/ we will discuss the nature and ty"es of grou"s and the develo"#ent of effective grou"s along with the structure/ tasks/ and "rocesses of grou"s. In organisations If "eo"le are working as grou"s rather than as individuals/ it is very easy to achieve goals of the co#"any. I"%orm#$ Grou2s Infor#al grou"s are for#ed by the e#"loyees or workers the#selves.

!he individual9s role/ the role identity and role "erce"tion "lay an i#"ortant role to develo" effective tea#work 4-obbins 20025. &. !he role identity is a result of individuals attitudes and behaviours in different roles. !he "ro"er understanding of own roles will hel" to understand the behaviours of the#. -ole "erce"tion is a view of a "erson about acce"ting behaviour in a "articular role.2 +#&tors m#! 2romote de-e$o2me"t o% e%%e&ti-e te#m/or0 !he factors like/ roles/ nor#s/ grou" size/ grou" status/ for#al leadershi" and co#"osition of grou" can be influenced to the "erfor#ance of the entire grou". 17 . !he Interest grou"s are nor#ally concerned as organizing around an activity and te#"orary in nature.1e can see two ty"es of infor#al grou"s in organisations na#ely friendshi" grou"s and interest grou"s. 1hen considering about a friendshi" grou"s/ they for#ed due to cordial relationshi" a#ong the #e#bers/ co##on interests or #ight be si#ilar in age/ ethnic heritage or views. !he way of dealing with these factors affect to the develo"#ent of the organisation. Individuals should #ake the necessary changes of their behaviour as #atching to the organisational re<uire#ents. o -oles/ -ole identity and -ole "erce"tion -ole is known as an e7"ected "attern of behaviour of an individual in a s"ecial "osition. !he Infor#al grou"s are considered as grou"s which are #ainly satisfying the social needs of #e#bers 4Auran 1 . 5.eadershi" !he success or failure of a grou" work will definitely de"ends on the behaviour of the leaders and it de"ends on how followers tend to i#itate and follow the#. !he %#"loyees within the co#"any "lay #any different roles internally and e7ternally. o For#al .

!o deliver efficient and effective tea#s within the co#"any it is essential to ado"t new technologies to the tea#s. =y introducing those co##unication technics/ highly work oriented tea#s can be built u"/ can take the #a7i#u# usage of ti#e/ and also it increases the goodwill of the co#"any 46arter ."o$o'! o" te#m %u"&tio"i"' i" #" or'#"is#tio" In ada"ting to the current dyna#ic world each and every organisation should use the latest technologies to their business functions. It will sha"e the way that the organisation works get done. !o have an effective co##unication the co#"any should use latest effective co##unication technologies to the fir#. Co"&$usio" 1e can identify the organizational culture as the critical foundation of the organisation. All those two ty"es are very i#"ortant in develo"ing the tea#work within the organisation 4. ?ot only in co##unication but also for each and every function of tea#s recognised technologies can be used. 1e can find the for#al nor#s fro# the organization9s #anuals. 8o we can clearly say that the technologies have a great i#"act on tea# functioning in an organisation. :)5 Te&. 8ch#idt 20025.o ?or#s ?or#s can be known as a set of for#al or infor#al standards for behaviour of individuals. ?ow lots of organisations are not looking at their tea# in a traditional way. !he establish#ent of a good culture can be done through establishing "ro"er goals/ "lans/ #easures/ rewards and the infrastructure of the 18 .ae#ore 20115. Always they tend to innovate new ways of tea# behaviours and tea# functions. %ffective co##unication is an essential "art of a successful tea#. !he infor#al nor#s are not s"ecific and they are unwritten.

19 . !he co#"anies should #ake their atte#"t to have effective tea# works within each and every tea# of the organisation. !he organisational culture directly affect to the effectiveness of the leaders and followers. @rganisational culture directly affect on the overall "erfor#ance of the co#"any. 8o that the leaders and also the other tea# #e#bers have the res"onsibility for #aintaining the organisation9s culture in order to achieve the entire vision of the co#"any 46elge/ 20015. !he other i#"ortant factor in building a successful organisational behaviour is the #otivation. !he leaders should #ake the culture of the organisation in a friendly #anner. !o achieve the co#"any9s #ission conveniently the overall co#"any should ado"t new technologies rather than de"ending on the sa#e traditional techni<ues though out the future. All these details and findings can be used to build u" a to" level successful organisation throughout the undesirable future.organisation can be built u" through syste#s/ "rocess and structures. =ut if the leaders can a""ly the theories of #otivation to the workers in a successful way/ then that "articular organisation can reach to higher "ositions in the business field/ by having #ore and #ore custo#er and e#"loyee attraction 4=rown/ Forshaw/ and Corn/ 20105 =y having a highly #otivated tea#/ the organisations can build u" effective tea#s within the organisation. If the leaders do not have the ability to #otivate their followers effectively/ the both "arties have to work under "ressure and dissatisfaction.

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