Organisation and Behavior

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Organisations and Behaviour

Awarded By Edexcel
Name: Zsolt Vida
Student ID: 101345
Tutor: Sean Barrett
Task: 2

Contents
3.a AN ORGANISATION IN PERIOD OF CHANGE.3
3.b THEORIES OF MOTIVATION4
MASLOW’S THEORY:4
APPLICATION TO THE WORK SITUATION.5
ALDERFER’S MODIFIED NEED HIERARCHY MODEL.5
APPLICATION TO THE WORK SITUATION.5
3.c IMPLICATIONS THESE THEORIES OF MOTIVATION HAVE FOR MANAGERS.6
4.a IMPORTANCE AND INFLUENCE OF GROUP VALUES AND NORMS WITHIN AN ORGANISATION OF YOUR CHOICE.7
4.b DEVELOPMENT WITHIN AN ORGNISATION.8
4.c THE TECHNOLOGY WITHIN ORGANISATION9
REFERENCES10

3.a AN ORGANISATION IN PERIOD OF CHANGE.

When an organisation get change a lot of things happening. Some people happy because something new starting although there are people who don’t like if the environment changing. In this period everyone behaves is different. Some people take it easy and some full of stress. There are three kinds of management styles. The change of period the best is theory Y. The best suited styles are transformational and transactional. The management can co-operative with the stakeholders. The ability to create and communicate a clear vision, and motivate people to deliver it, is as important to the small entrepreneur as to the leader of 1000 people. All organisations should be Identifying the managers they will need in a few years’ time and developing them. All top managers should be planning their succession and supporting the people who will step in to their shoes when it’s time to move on. (Mullins, L.J., p, 402, 2010)

3.b THEORIES OF MOTIVATION

“You don’t motivate individuals. You provide them with an environment to be self-motivated. It is a personal decision, but it’s management’s job to provide the right environment”

Kathy Schofield, Director of Human Resources, HFC Bank

MASLOW’S THEORY:

(www.companyfounder.com)

Physiological needs such as satisfaction of hunger and thirsty, the breathing and fresh air. Also rest, activity…etc. Safety needs include safety and security in the workplace and in environment as well. Love needs include social needs. Sense of belonging, social activities, friendship and receive and give of love. Respect needs self-respect and the esteem each other’s. Self-respect givesyou strength, freedom and independence, and performance. Esteem other person involves reputation, status, recognition, attention, and appreciation. Self-actualisation needs advancement and realisation of one’s full potential. (Mullins, L.J., p, 261, 2010)

APPLICATION TO THE WORK SITUATION.
People especially needs higher-level, but not just in the work situation. They satisfy different areas in their life too. That’s why the manager has to make good relationship with his employees’ social and private lives, not just in the job. Peopleare different so therefore everyone needs different things.Individuals have different values at the same place. (Mullins, L.J., p, 262, 2010)

ALDERFER’S MODIFIED NEED HIERARCHY MODEL.
Existence needs with sustaining human existence and survival and cover physiological and safety needs of a material nature. Relatedness needs are concerned with relationships to the social environment and cover love belonging, affiliation and meaningful interpersonal relationship of a safety esteem nature. Growth needs are concerned with the development of potential and cover self-esteem and self-actualisation.

APPLICATION TO THE WORK SITUATION.
The people have lower-level needs. They are focus of the individual’s efforts. Individuals satisfy constant support from all six samples. They are developing their lower-level needs. The attention should be focused on the satisfaction of needs at the other levels. The manager has attempt to provide greater opportunities for the subordinate to satisfy existence and relatedness needs. (Mullins, L.J., p, 264, 2010)

3.c IMPLICATIONS THESE THEORIES OF...
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