Organizational Behaviour

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Introduction....................................................................................................................................4 Learning outcome 1: Understand the relationship between organizational Structure and Culture............................................................................................................................................4 1.1 Compare and contrast different organizational structures and culture4 1.2 Explain how the relationship between an organization’s structure and culture can impact on the performance of the business.5 1.3 Discuss the factors which influence individual behavior at work.6 Learning Outcomes 2: Understand different approaches to management and leadership...7 2.1 compare the effectiveness of different leadership styles in different organizations7 2.2 explain how organizational theory underpins the practice of management7 2.3 evaluate the different approaches to management used by different organizations8 Learning Outcomes 3 Understand ways of using motivational theories in organizations…..9 3.1 Discuss the impact that different leadership styles may have on motivation in organizations in periods of change9 3.2 Compare the application of different motivational theories within the workplace9 3.3 Evaluate the usefulness of a motivation theory for managers10 Learning Outcome 4: Understand mechanisms for developing effective teamwork in organizations................................................................................................................................11 4.1 explain the nature of groups and group behavior within organizations12 4.2 discuss factors that may promote or inhibit the development of effective teamwork in organizations12 4.3 evaluate the impact of technology on team functioning within a given organization.13 Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................12

Introduction:

The employees of an organization can be motivated by the continuous organizational culture and the structural representation of the company. The assignment involves the comprehension of the relationship between organizational culture and structure, the leadership approaches, the basic concepts about motivation etc. Organizational structure allows the expressed allocation of responsibilities for different functions and processes to different entities such as the branch, department, workgroup and individual. Organizational culture can be reflected through the systematic procedure of the organizational structure. Learning outcome 1: Understand the relationship between organizational Structure and Culture. 1.1 Compare and contrast different organizational structures and cultures

According to Schein (1992), culture is the most difficult organizational attribute to change, outlasting organizational products, services, founders and leadership and all other physical attributes of the organization. Culture and structure is working like a backbone in the organization. It creates a new concepts and strategies which can affect any level of planning. When it applies on any hierarchy organization. So then implications of organizational culture and structure will be implemented to the government companies etc. Different form of Organization Cultures:

* Power Culture
* Person culture
* Task Culture
* Role Culture
Power culture is centralized this culture may found in the small kinds a business control is the basic element the decision maker is alone there is no consultancy the organization may react quickly to the danger. Basically this kind of culture is a welfare non profitable, charities and for the social activities. This kind of culture can be in the group or individual aim. It is basically a team work based approach to complete a particular task. This culture is more common...
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