Organizational Behavior

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1. Introduction:

The organizational behavior (OB) is the individuals and their behaviour within the context of the organization in a workplace setting. Manager has to predict about the expected behavior of an individual. This is the human factor, which is contributing to the productivity. Hence the study of human behavior is more important. Researchers, management practitioners, psychologists, and social scientists must understand the individual and his background, educational qualifications, impact of social groups and other situational factors on behavior. "This paper will examine these OB issues relating of TechTech Mfg Pte Ltd"

1 Definitions:

Organizational Behavior is concerned with the study of the behavior of people within an organizational setting. It involves the understanding, prediction and control of human behavior. the study and understanding of individual and group behavior, and patterns of structure in order to help improve organizational performance and effectiveness.(Mullins, 2010, p.26). Organizational behavior is the study of human behavior, attitudes and performance within an organizational setting, drawing on theory, methods and principles from such disciplines as psychology, sociology, political science and cultural anthropology to learn about individuals, groups, structure and processes (Ivancevich et al, 2008). Organizational Behavior is a subject of management activities concerned with understanding, predicting and influencing individual behavior in organizational settings (Callahan, 1986).

2 Analysis of OB Model:

According to Mullins, there are variables outlined provide parameters within which a number of interrelated dimensions can be identified – the individual, the group, the organisation and the environment – which collectively influence behaviour in work organisations to arrive at organizational behavior. [pic]

Figure.1. Organisational behaviour: a convenient framework of analysis.

2. Tech:

2.1. Company Overview:

Tech Company comprises the experience of Plastic moulds, a leader in the Injection Mould industry since 1988, a multinational corporation with over 13 years of Injection mold experience. Tech currently operate manufacturing facilities in Singapore and China, with a staff strength of 100, yielding a turnover of S$10 million. Tech's Core Values

▪ Our People are greatest asset and the strongest competitive edge in the long term. We must develop them to their full potential. ▪ We believe that people want to do their best given the right environment.  ▪ Teamwork is critical to our success. We must preserve and practice that at all cost.  ▪ We must be fair but firm with our employees. Business decisions must always be for the good of the company, which in term will benefit employees and shareholders in the long term Tech Tech offers a different types of moulds, Majority of the 300 over moulds that we built every year were exported to USA and Europe for market leaders from the office automation, mass storage, telecommunications and automotives industries. With solid R&D technology and manufacturing capabilities, TechTech is able to design and produce all standardized and customized motors according to order specifications by customers worldwide.

2.2. Logo:

Figure 2. Logo of TechTech.

2.3. Organisation Chart:

Figure 3. Organisation Chart of TechTech Singapore.

3. Company issues currently encountered:

On the basis of Organisational behaviour, we found out that TechTech has the following issues. They are: a. Personality and attitude
b. Motivational issues
c. Leadership issues
d. Change Management

4. Review of Literature:

In this part we will discuss the literatures about the factors affecting the organisational behaviour.

4.1. Personality and Values:

Allport (n.d.) cited in Robbins et al. (2009) defines personality as ‘the dynamic organisation within the individual of those psychophysical systems that determines...
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