Feb 2011 O.B. Mid-Term Study Guide
Topic 2: A History of Organizations and Management
Mechanistic Organizational Forms: How did Weber define a bureaucracy and what were his concerns about the spread of bureaucratic forms of organizations? o Weber defined a bureaucracy as a form of organization t
Learning & Decision Making
Trust, Justice, & Ethics
Personality & Cultural Values
Char. & Diversity
Processes & Comm.
Styles & Behaviors
Power & Negotiations
Organizational behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and structures have on behavior within an organization. It is an interdisciplinary field that includes sociology, psychology, communication, and management; and it complements the academic studies of or
Organizational Behavior & Structure
Course Code: MBA-509
Subject: Impact of informal group on formal organization
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MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Definition of Management Implementing management functions (pp. 16 – 19) Planning, Organizing, Leading, and Controlling Achieving organizational goals and objectives Utilizing organizational resources: including coordinating the work of individuals, groups, a
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Creating High Performance Organizations
City View Missionary Baptist Church was organized in November 1956, with eight members – Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, Sis. Myrtle Taylor, Rev. Will Starr, Sis. Bell Starr, Deac
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Group Dynamics and Teamwork
Thus far, we’ve been has been dealing with individual behavior. Another important component of OB, however, is group behavior.
Why care about group dynamics and teamwork?
1. Most work takes place in a group context.
2. The dynamics between peo
Chapter 2 Foundations of Individual Behavior
1. Which of the following statements is true about the term “ability”, as it is used in the field of organizational behavior?
a. It refers to an individual’s willingness to perform various tasks.
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Stephen P. Robbins
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Timothy A. Judge
—University of Notre Dame
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Chapter 5 Personality and Values
Personality is all of the ways in which an individual reacts to and with others
Which of the following statements about personality is correct? Personality is an aggregate whole.
Which of the following statements about the determinants
What is Personality?
The dynamic organization within the individual of those psychophysical systems that determine his unique adjustments to his environment. - Gordon Allport
* The sum total of ways in which an individual reacts and interacts with others, the measurable traits a person exhi
Organizational Behavior Study Guide: Exam 1
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Organizational Behavior
* Social relationships among co-workers and supervisors are strongly related to overall job satisfaction and associated with lower stress and lower intentions to quit
* Organizational Behavior
Introduction to management and organizational behavior
OB – challenges to managers
What are Organizations
inextricably linked to their environment
have nominal boundari
What is personality?
* When psychologists talk of personality, they mean a dynamic concept describing the growth and development of a person’s whole psychological system.
* The definition of personality most frequently use was produced by Gordon Allport nearly 70 years ago
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
1. What are the major functions of Management?
Management functions include – Planning, Organizing, Mentoring, Coaching, Controlling, Monitoring, Measuring, and Leading.
2. What are the different roles in management?
Management roles a
Question Paper Organizational Behavior and HRM (MB251) : July 2005
Section A : Basic Concepts (30 Marks)
• • • • This section consists of questions with serial number 1 - 30. Answer all questions. Each question carries one mark. Maximum time for answering Section A is 30 Minutes.