Organizational Behavior

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Running Head: Organizational Behavior \ Erica Wilson Organizational Behavior AJS 512 Douglas Bryant III April 23, 2012 Organizational Behavior According to Schermerhorn, Hunt, Osborn, and Uhl-bien Organizational behavior is the study of individuals and groups in organizations (pg. 4). Organizational behavior is an applied discipline that is based on scientific method which was researched to help formulate teams and collegial work environments. The importance of organizational behavior is to better understand people as individuals and in groups. Organizational behavior also helps Us to understand interpersonal process, organizational dynamics with the purpose of achieving a goal. More than often the goal is to improve the…show more content…
Last but not least, mangers should use control to ensure that all projects are complete in a timely manner and to the desired satisfaction of the organization. Continued Learning Organizational behavior is a learned behavior. In order to have structure in any environment or organization someone has to learn how. We are not born to be good leaders or good supervisors. I believe that it is a learning process and it takes time and experience. Learning is a forever revolving door. Just as in any learning environment to learn one has to be committed to continuous lifelong learning experiences. With all of the turmoil that is occurring in the United States todays there will always be different ways, new ideas, or new approaches to further our advances in or work place and in our everyday lives. However, everyone learns differently and they process information differently. In order to be successful in any workplace, one has to understand how he/she learn and process information. Some people learning styles are different and the way that he/she learns may be slower or faster than others. Also one has to be able to adapt to change. Organizational behavior is about change and how this scientific method could work to promote a more effective work environment for the coaches and the employees. Concluding, organizational behavior in the workplace, as a culture, as management and as continuous learning can challenge

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