The Indian History Essay Paper

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OB Notes

Paper Pattern:

100 Marks:

Q1. Compulsory. Based on “Ek ruka hua faisla” (Answer any 4 out of 7 options). Example question: Personality & Leadership Traits of Character No.7 in the movie…

Q2 – Q7. Answer any 4 (20 marks each)

Q2. would be Short Notes
Q3. – Q7. – Each question would be of two parts (A&B). Part A – Theory & Part B – Caselets in DPA format

Tip: Please answer in Bullet points only.

Topics:
1.Basic of Behaviour
2.Organisation – context of opp and Interdependence
3.Personality
4.Beliefs & Paradigms
5.Groups & Teams – Composition, Advantages, Disadvantages, formal, informal, How best teams come into existence. 6.Core Values & Adaptive Values
7.Five levels of change
8.Adaptation & Leadership Theory
9.Learning
10.Conflict
11.Basic of Motivation – stress management & Time management, Traits from 6 Personality Traits for Transformational & Transactional, Motivation & Morale

Theories:
1.Blate & Motoun Managerail Grid.
2.Ringlemen Effect
3.Bruce & Tactman Model of Team formation
4.Malow’s Pyramid
5.The Medici Effect – franz Johamsson
6.The fifith Discipline – Peter Senge
7.Classic Conditional Theory of Learning
8.Stimulus Response Learning
9.REBT – Rational Emotive Behaviour Theory
10.The Ice berg model
11.The Big 5 model
12.Cattell’s 16 Personality Factor
13.Thomas Profiling
14.FIROB
15.MBTI
16.Johari Windows
17.Transactional Analysis
18.DISC

# Genesis of OB:
-Psycology
-Sociology
-Social Psycology
-Anthropology
-Political Science

Behaviour is an Action
Communication leads to behaviour
We communicate at all times
Types of Communication
-Verbal
-Non-Verbal
-Written

# Unsound Behaviour & Sound Behaviour

# Sound Behaviour is Type B Behaviour
-Communication is Basic
-You communicate all the time
-“B” is a form of communication, it is external.
-Value at bottom “B” is adapted value
-Core values are common to all of us

# Value: (Ringleman Effect)
- Core Values & Adapted Values: Sound Behaviour is outcome of sound values - Value is a 3 leg Tool: Comfort Zone, Meaningfullness, Identity

#Structural Conflicts of Values:
Value Level Person APerson B
HighHonesty Money

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LowMoneyHonesty

-Nature of Human is “Dynamic”, not static
-Self Deception

# How to resolve conflict in such situation?
Approach – Diagnosis, Prescription & Action

1.Individual Discussion (with person A & person B separately) 2.Value check of each individual
3.Identify individual goals
4.Common Goal (Creation of super ordinate goals so that values of both the person are not diluted)

Topic 2: Team & Group

#Team:
-Team is like entity
-It does not form by itself. It is created outside
-Taken as human being, it has its own value
-Team is considered as organic body & has emotion & cohesiveness -Team has to be flexible to achieve the super-ordinate goals (common goal/combined goal of different persons) -Team is only when it is comprised of experts

-Every member of team has to be an expert in a particular field -Success or failure of the team is because of the leader

Stages in Formal to Informal:
1.Forming: Introduction, bringing team together, bringing about unification 2.Storming: Conflict management & leadership, ego clashing, most important parts are resolved, it is always never ending. 3.Norming: Settle down.

4.Performing

Steps a Leader has to take:
1.Cohesiveness
2.Team building (strengthening the team together towards an activity) 3.Differences have to be brought down to convergence of difference 4.develop dependence between team members to have convergence of difference

# Group:
-It is collection of resources (money, men, material, machine) –...
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