Organizational Behavior Is The Study Of Conduct And Attitude

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Organizational behavior is the study of conduct and attitude of people within an organization. According to Robbins & Judge (2015), the behavior of individuals working in an organization contributes to its level of performance. A systematic approach has been used in this paper to interpret the relationship among individuals working together in an organization for the purpose of achieving a common goal. There are a number of factors that influences the operations of an organization such as conflict, power, negotiation and politics. The paper will review the dynamics of the factors influencing organization behavior with respect to the situation at Metro Cash & Carry Company. METRO Cash & Carry is an international organization that runs a…show more content…
Besides, scores of employees are required to manage the system thus increasing the operation cost. In some countries, the government dictates them to use printers that have become obsolete for the purpose of tax assessment, this affects the efficiency of their operation since the print quality, and speed of transactions is compromised (Metro, 2016). c) Opportunities METRO Cash & Carry pride itself on the integration of technology into their operations as well as their engagement with the clients using their advanced services. As a result, the company can venture into the new market due to the confidence that their customers have in them hence, making it easier for the company to penetrate the market (Metro, 2016). d) Threats The rapid growth of rival wholesale stores such as Tesco, Wal-Mart, and Carrefour is a real threat to Metro Cash and Carry. Even though the company has the edge over its competitors, it needs to implement new strategies that would ensure that it stay ahead of its competitors. An international crisis such as such global economic crisis affects its operation (Metro, 2016). Organizational problem The SWOT analysis of Metro Cash & Carry has revealed a number of organizational problems that affects its performance. The company experiences many challenges in its effort to venture into new markets, and this is attributed to poor marketing
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