Define “Organizational Behavior” and describe how it “Impacts Personal and Organizational Success” as stated in the textbook.
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1Paul Eliezer Perez de Leon
According to chapter 1 of the textbook; Organizational behavior describes the behavioral dynamics that occur between groups and individuals in an organizational setting, at its core, organizational behavior analyzes the effect of social and environmental factors that affect the way employees or teams work. This impacts personal and organizational success in the way people interact, communicate, and collaborate is key to an organization’s success. By analyzing and understanding these parameters, you can leverage organizational behavior to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of your workforce. It can also help you achieve the following organizational and work culture goals.
As explained in Chapter 1 of the textbook, Organizational behavior is the study of human behavior in organizational settings, of the interface between human behavior and the organization. This area of study examines human behavior in a work environment and determines its impact on job structure, performance, communication, motivation, leadership, etc. Internal and external perspectives are two theories of how organizational behavior can be viewed by companies.
Organizational behavior helps us to develop an understanding of the attitude and performance of employees and the organization as a whole. There are a variety of factors that can influence organizational behavior, including the company culture, policies, and structure. These aspects can have an impact on employee’s productivity and their commitment to the organization. Organizational behavior changes the way people make decisions. Businesses that are able to encourage risks in decision making within the company culture can enhance innovation and creativity. Effective communication allows managers and employees to understand the business context and provides the opportunity for employees to get involved.