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Republic of the Philippines
University of Rizal System
Rodriguez Rizal

NAME:YR&SEC:
CANCILLAR, JOMALYN P.BSOA III
SUBJECT:
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 1
PROFESSOR:DATE:
MRS.MARILOU C.HERNANDEZMARCH 4, 2013

1. A. what are the key forces which affect the behavior of an individual?

* There are two main forces affecting organizational behavior. They are the same as the forces that affect human economic behavior. The forces are altruism and egoism. Altruism is the drive to help others and egoism is the drive for personal gain. In an organization that is well structured these will be aligned. In other words the goals of the organization will be stated in terms of how the organization helps others - quality products and services etc. (altruism) and the employees will be motivated by this. Explain

* As long as our needs are met, most humans are driven more strongly by altruism then by egoism. We work because we want to help others. So if we can see that the goal of our employer is to help others, we want to work for that goal.  A company that is primarily motivated by making profit at the expense of others will not motivate its employees in this way and will, most likely, have a culture of "me first". B. what do you mean by communication and what is its significance in an organization? - Communication in organizations encompasses all the means, both formal and informal, by which information is passed up, down, and across the network of managers and employees in a business. These various modes of communication may be used to disseminate official information between employees and management, to exchange hearsay and rumors, or anything in between. The challenge for businesses is to channel these myriad communications so they serve to improve customer relations, bolster employee satisfaction, build knowledge-sharing throughout the organization, and most importantly, enhance the firm's competitiveness.

2. Explain nature of leadership.” There is no one best style of leadership universally applicable to all situations.” Comment” - The nature of leadership is a characteristic that can be learned, you are not born with it. You are a natural leader if people follow you if you don't have a title of a leader. You are a leader if you do not command people to do things, but you persuade people. Also, you are a leader if others follow you out of respect as opposed to fear. Anyone can learn how to exemplify leadership. 3. What do you understand by organisation behavior? Explain the fundamental concepts of organizational behavior in detail? - Organizational behavior seeks to explain the function of complex organizations and predict the outcomes of changes to their components or underlying dynamics. It is most often applied to private-sector businesses, but it can also be used to describe the dynamics of government agencies, religious organizations and even municipalities. The study of organizational behavior requires a multi-disciplinary approach that draws upon decades’ worth of sociological and psychological research. As opposed to human resource management and its related field of study, which focuses on recognizing individual actors’ motivations and controlling their behavior accordingly, the academics and business professionals who explore the science of organizational behavior seek to explain the broader outcomes that these actors produce.

Fundamental concepts of organizational behavior in detail

* Fundamental Concepts of Organizational Behavior
In every field of social science, or even physical science, has a philosophical foundation of basic concepts that guide its development. There are some certain philosophical concepts in organizational behavior also.

The concepts are-

Individual differences:
Every individual in the world is different from others. This idea is supported by science. Each person is different from all others, probably in million ways, just...
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