HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES CUSAT
DHANUSREE P ROLL NO : 19
How organisational behaviour is related to human resource management.
In todays competitive world, companies have come to recognize that their employees are their most valuable asset. Their profitability and competitiveness depends critically on the skills, knowledge and motivation of their employees. Given this fact, the human resource (HR) management function which is responsible for recruiting, training, appraising, compensating, and motivating these employees has assumed a bigger and more significant role in the firm and its strategy.
People are the most critical resource a business has, and effective utilization of employee capability is the focus of the concentration in Organizational Behavior/Human Resources Management.
So there exist a strong relationship between organisational behaviour and human resource management.
Organizational Behaviour (OB)
It relates to the expected behaviour of an individual in the organization. No two individuals are likely to behave in the same manner in a particular work situation. It is the predictability of a manager about the expected behaviour of an individual. There are no absolutes in human behaviour. It is the human factor that is contributory to the productivity hence the study of human behaviour is important. Researchers, management practitioners, psychologists, and social scientists must understand the very credentials of an individual, his background, social framework,educational update, impact of social groups and other situational factors on behaviour. Managers under whom an individual is