Learning Theories, Organizational Behaviors, and the Case Study of Joe Salatino

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Learning Theories, Organizational Behaviors, & the Case of Joe Salatino Abstract The paper uses a case study of a fictional business owner and President Joe Salatino. The case study provides a concise description of the work environment and company culture. The paper references learning theories and concepts from organizational behavior to provide insight as to potential improvements to the Salatino's organization. The paper examines aspects of the case study to offer insight as to how the organization currently functions and to offer potential methods by which employee performance could increase and improve. The paper further demonstrates the connection among learning theories, organizational behaviors, and organizational performance. Keywords: learning theories, operant conditioning, social learning theory, organizational psychology, organizational behavior, organizational performance Learning Theories, Organizational Behaviors, & the Case of Joe Salatino In the case study of Joe Salatino, there is much to be learned and understood from both his strategies as a leader of a company, as well as from the behaviors of his employees. Learning theory and organizational behavior are areas of study of much interest to businesses and organizations on the smallest and grandest scales. More and more organizations understand the relevance to behaviors of employees as they directly relate to the organizational structure of the company in general, as well as in each

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