Human Behavior in Organization

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Human Behavior in Organization

By | August 2011
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I.ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
An organization is a complex, competitive world. It is only loosely held together. In the study of organization, there is the difference between the micro and macro approaches. In the study of human behavior in organizations, the conceptual foundation seems to have received relatively little attention. The organizational behavior reflective of the inner sensitivity of society, as well as individual’s personal interests. While individuals are forced into a highly organized way of life, sometimes lack of unity in an organization could be a virtue. As a concept, human behavior in an organization is not new. There is, however, a problem in understanding it. Some people put emphasis on human behavior, while others on organization. Theories are important for the effective management of organization. Organization theory pertains to almost any kind of inter-personal relationship. Organizational behavior is the publicly observable activity of an organization. It is easier to measure than to define. Managing is a highly individual process. Management process is the actions and interactions within and between the components of an organizational system. While management is a means to an end, and not an end itself, to many managers, there’s only one way in doing things in the organization-the management way. Because the organization and management are complicated, many people are confused to see what is happening in the organization. Individuals are very unpredictable. Human behavior is essentially personal. Management is evolving technology and the organization is the vehicle of social change. There are several characteristics of organizational behavior. Understanding the elements of theories presents certain degree of difficulty. There are three critical elements of theories: (1) theories are understandable statements; (2) theories make predictions; and (3) theories deal with empirical events. The development of organization theory is the...
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