MGT/307 Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics
January 10, 2011
In most every organization that exists, there are internal and external forces to affect the organizational behavior within that organization. Because organizational behavior is the study of individuals and groups in an organization, is it important to improve upon organizational behavior to improve work performance and employee satisfaction (Schermerhorn, Hunt, & Osborne, 2008). The purpose of this summary is to compare and contrast the forces of each team member and his or her organization. This summary will show how the organizations behaviors are similar and how they are different in the areas of Restructuring, Organizational mission, Fiscal policies, Competition, Economy, Customer demands, and Globalization.
In team B’s organizations, two of the companies produce products consumers use constantly and the other three organizations offer more of services to customers. All five organizations Advanced Radiology, AT & T, Estee Lauder, Bel Lago and Mount Vernon Mills in some ways have the same internal forces of restructuring because continually have to make changes from within to make sure their organization stays profitable. Because Advanced Radiology and AT & T offer services to their customers, their employees have to deal with change. Learning to merge with other companies locally and in other countries can many times cause these employees to have a hard time adapting to the way the other companies