Challenges and Opportunities of Organizational Behaviour

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Organizational Behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within the organizations and its effective use for the purpose of such knowledge towards improving its performance. Similar to the evolution of man and its environment there has been a substantial change in the approach for better productivity within an organization through the brainstorming efforts applied by a good manager. Understanding organizational behavior within a corporation and particularly the factors influencing the organizational behavior of a single entity has become the key to the success of any manager. There is no one single approach to organizational behavior which is best for all organizations; instead, companies must evolve the system which works best for them with the help of effective planning and technological support which changes over time as their environment and the individuals within that environment change. Challenges and opportunitiesges and unities for

• Responding to Globalization
– Increased foreign assignments
– Working with people from different cultures
– Coping with anti-capitalism backlash
– Overseeing movement of jobs to countries with low-
cost labor
– Managing people during the war on terror.

• Managing Workforce Diversity
– Embracing diversity
– Changing U.S. demographics
– Implications for managers
* Recognizing and responding to differences

• Improving Quality and Productivity
– Quality management (QM)
– Process reengineering

• Responding to the Labor Shortage
– Changing work force demographics
– Fewer skilled laborers
– Early retirements and older workers

• Improving Customer Service
– Increased expectation of service quality
– Customer-responsive cultures

* 1: Changing Social/ Cultural Environment
National culture
Organizational ethics and well-being
Diverse work force

* 2: Evolving Global Environment
Understanding Global Differences...
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