Organisational Behavior and Management, Ob Models

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CONTENT PAGE NO: INTRODUCTION-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 DEFINATION OF ORGANASATIONA BEHAVIOR (OB) ------------------------------ 3 CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR OB---------------------------------------- 4-5 LEVELS OF ANALYSIS IN THE OB MODEL-------------------------------------------- 6-7 CONCLUSION------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 7 REFERENCE------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8

INTRODUCTION
As we all know that managers in the industries are responsible for effectively using, material financial, information and human resource of their organization to deliver services. As you can see from the topics presented the manager’s role requires a wide range of both technical and interpersonal skills. This assignment begins with a brief background on the field of organizational behavior and then offers an extended discussion on the challenges and opportunities for organizational behavior in a fast changing global environment. Organizational Behavior (OB) is the study and application of knowledge about how people, individuals, and groups act in organizations. It does this by taking a system approach. That is, it interprets people-organization relationships in terms of the whole person, whole group, whole organization, and whole social system. Its purpose is to build better relationships by achieving human objectives, organizational objectives, and social objectives

DEFINATION OF OGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
According to Stephen P. Robbins (2000) "Organizational behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and structure have on behavior within organization for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward improving an organization's effectiveness.” whereas Keith Davis (1967) defines "Organizational behavior as the study and application at knowledge about the how people - as individuals and a groups - act within organization. It strives to identify ways in which people can act more effectively.” From the researches I have conducted I recognize organizational behavior as the understanding, prediction and management the human behavior affect the performance of the organizations.

Management - is the act of "managing" a group of people, as in getting people together to accomplish the businesses' goals and/or objectives; this includes, planning, organizing, leading and directing a team of people, resources, etc

The most successful organization make the best use of their employees talent and energies Stephen (2000) firms that effectively manage employees hold an advantage over their competitors. Organization reaps a lot by managing people in way that build commitment, involvement, learning and organizational competence. Because employees are key o an organization’s success, how well management interacts and works with a variety of individual is key to manager success. Management which is skilled in organizational behavior will be able to work effectively with employees and colleagues across the organization assisting and influencing them to support and achieve organization goal.

So in managing people, you want to be as effective and efficient as possible in order to reach your desired goal/objective. To be efficient and effective in doing so, you have to work with your team. Understanding them and considering how they think, feel and how it affects their actions. OB is all about that. OB studies individual behavior, team process and organizational culture which all in the end can contribute to effective management or explain why management has failed. Thus there is definitely a relation between OB and management.

QUESTION 2

* Responding to globalization- organizations are no longer constrained...
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