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Title      : MB104 Organizational Behaviour
Subject      : Organizational Behaviour
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : K S O U
Chapters/Pages      : 26/426
Total Price      : Rs.      : 314
 
 
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Organizational Behaviour Concepts & Determinants Total views (313)  
Organizational behavior emerged as a distinct field of studying the late 1950s and early 1960's.the basis of the belief that all managerial and organizational problem non technical in nature understanding and predictability of human behavior can help managers make their organizations more effective.
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 0  
 
Scope of Organizational Behaviour Total views (311)  
After studying this unit,students should be able to explain the scope of organizational behavior and discuss the Behavioral approach to organizational behavior. They will also be able to highlight the findings of research on organizational behavior.
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75  
 
Organization Total views (306)  
Organization involves various components viz. men, material, machine, whose actives have to be directed to achieve organizational, objectives, by grouping them into various departments, sections so that these activities can be assigned to various individuals and delegating them appropriate authority so that they can carry on their work properly.
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25  
 
Organization Structure Total views (306)  
Organization structure is a basic framework within which the manager's decision-making behavior taxes, structure basically deals with there relationships. It is an important scientific concept. In management, we need to understand how.Organizations are structured and how these structures are created and maintained.
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5  
 
Nature of Human Behaviour Total views (309)  
Any organization is basically an association of human beings, formed to achieve a given objective or objectives. The main problem of today's organization is how to get maximum possible efforts and contribution from the human beings working in an organization. Since the behavior of the human beings, determine the effort and contribution they give, the managers must endeavor to understand the way t......
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75  
 
Personality Total views (309)  
The Psychologists view of Personality is different from a common man's view of Personality; When a psychologist talks of personality he (she) means a dynamic concept describing the growth development of Persons' whole psychological system. He (she) looks at aggregate whole which is greater than sum of its parts.
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75  
 
Perception Total views (310)  
After studying this unit, students will be able to give the meaning of perception and define Perception.They will also be able to explain the factors affecting perception process and explain perceptual process (or process of perception).
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5  
 
Attitudes & Values Total views (307)  
Attitude influence the perception of object and people; exposure to and comprehension of information; choice of co-workers, friends etc. Hence a thorough understanding of the concept of attitudes and values is necessary for managers to manage people in the organization.
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25  
 
Learning Total views (307)  
Learning is a fundamental process of human behavior. Learning influences the habit of an individual, his preferences, his interests, his beliefs and customs etc. Motor skills such as riding a bicycle, knitting a sweater are all learned. We have also seen in the preceding sections that attitudes are also learned.
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25  
 
Status Total views (307)  
After studying this unit,students will be able to define status and explain the sources of status. They will also be able to discuss the functions of status.
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75  
 
Group Dynamics Total views (307)  
After studying this unit students will able to define group, dynamics and group dynamics and explain the group formation process. They will also be able to explain the reasons for group formation.
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75  
 
Groups in Organisation Total views (308)  
After studying this unit, students will able to list out and explain types of groups.They will also be able to explain the concept of group norm and discuss the concept of group roles.
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25  
 
Group Cohesiveness Total views (310)  
Group cohesiveness is one of the significant features of the groups. Some work groups are cohesive because the members would have spent a long time together, or the size of the group might have facilitated a higher interaction, or a threat from outside might have made the members to come together. Cohesiveness is important because it has been found to be related to groups performance and producti......
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25  
 
Group Decision Making Total views (312)  
Decision making in groups is a collective process in which the member interact with each other; deliberate on the problem and arrive at some collective decision. The decision may be arrived at through consensus (agreement by all the members) or through majority (in which case there may be few members who are not for the decision taken by others).
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25  
 
Small Groups Total views (311)  
The size of the group has significant implications on how the group behaves internally and externally with respect to other groups. Size of the group obviously determines the number of interaction that an individual can have in a group. In small groups face to face communication is easy and 'uncomplicated. When it is difficult and complicated for large groups.
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75  
 
Management of Change Total views (314)  
Management of change may be defined as "a conscious and concerted initiative by those who are in charge of the destiny of the business undertaking to keep a constant and intelligent watch over the behavior of uncontrollable forces, to asses their impact and influence on the controllable forces, and to evolve appropriate strategies and action programme to maintain a dynamic equilibrium between the ......
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15  
 
Need and Motivation for Change Total views (310)  
Management of change may be defined as "a conscious and concerted initiative by those who are in charge of the destiny of the business undertaking to keep a constant and intelligent watch over the behavior of uncontrollable forces, to asses their impact and influence on the controllable forces, and to evolve appropriate strategies and action programme to maintain a dynamic equilibrium between the ......
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15  
 
Areas, Dimensions and Variables of Change Total views (310)  
Change is an alteration of an existing field of forces. Change is inevitable. Hence, there is a need for managing it effectively. Effective management of change is to make the alteration in such a way that it results in increased effectiveness and efficiency of the organization rather than in increased tension and conflict.
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25  
 
Resistance to Change Total views (308)  
After studying this unit, students will be able to discuss the meaning of resistance to change and to analyze the reasons for resistance to change. They will also be able to relate the types of changes with resistance to change and provide measures to prevent or reduce the resistance to change.
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15  
 
Agents of Change Total views (310)  
After studying this unit, students will be able to know about the agents of change and list the essentials of a successful change agent. They will also be able to know what change agents can change and discuss the approaches of the change agents.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12  
 
Management of Change Total views (314)  
Management of change may be defined as "a conscious and concerted initiative by those who are in charge of the destiny of the business undertaking to keep a constant and intelligent watch over the behavior of uncontrollable forces, to asses their impact and influence on the controllable forces, and to evolve appropriate strategies and action programme to maintain a dynamic equilibrium between the ......
Pages: 21
Price: Rs 15.75  
 
Organisational Culture Total views (306)  
After studying this unit, students should be able to explain the concept of organizational culture and identify the components of organizational culture. They will also be able to appreciate the components of theory 'Z'.
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 16.5  
 
Organisational Climate Total views (310)  
After studying this unit,students should be to explain the concept of organizational climate and appreciate the significance of organizational climate. They will also be able to distinguish between organizational culture and climate.
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25  
 
Morale Total views (306)  
Morale is one of the important ingredient of organizational success. It reflects the attitudes and sentiments of people working in the organization. Since these feelings and sentiments affect the productivity and satisfaction, the concept gained significance in the literature of organizational behavior.
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5  
 
Managing Conflict Total views (312)  
Conflict can occur anytime there is a high level of interdependence, differences of values or beliefs. resources or rewards are scarce people are under a great deal of stress, or they face an uncertain environment.
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21  
 
Organizational Effectiveness Total views (307)  
After studying this unit,students should be able to conceptualize the term organizational effectiveness and distinguish between efficiency and effectiveness. They will also be able to identify the indicators of effectiveness.
Pages: 33
Price: Rs 24.75  
 


 
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