Business and Management
Submitted By dopeassbitch
Organizational behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact individuals, groups and structure have on behavior within organizations, for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward improving an organization’s effectiveness. It is important so that the workers can be able to deal with the new workforce and the complications of the environment. In order for this to be accomplished, organizational behavior must possess a set of tools that allow people to understand, analyze and describe behavior in organizations whilst allowing managers to improve, enhance or change work behaviors that individuals, groups and the whole organization can achieve their goals. Learning about organizational behavior in today’s business environment could help managers build up a better work related understanding of themselves and their subsidiary.
As the environment of business is always changing, the role of the managers has become more sensitive. In order to know how to handle a new workforce, and deal with the complication of the new environment, the supervisors need to develop their information about attitude and behavior of individuals and groups in organization. It is well known that a manager is a profession where all of the duties are always interrelated. Therefore, it is very important for a manager to understand every kind of attitude aspect in human resource. It is very important for a manager to have a strong skill in managing human resource as human resource is a very vital aspect of running a business. Organizational behavior gives managers a greater understanding of the process and interacting of individuals, groups and the organization on a whole and how each one relates to the other and in turn, managers are able to focus this knowledge towards the efficiency and effectiveness of the…...