Organizational Behavior

1387 Words Sep 17th, 2014 6 Pages
Organizational Behavior
Michael J. Bonnie
CJA444
June 5, 2014
Eddie Gordon

Organizational Behavior
Organizational behavior is the study of how employee’s behavior interacts within an agency’s work environment. It includes many subjects which include sociology, communication, psychology, and management. Its primary purpose is to review and report in the ever expanding study in criminal justice organizational behavior areas in the workforce. This discussion focuses on the forces of change and the approaches to managing organizational change in criminal justice agencies, including identifying observable aspects of organizational cultures (Robbins & Judge, 2013). What social, political, and organizational behavior can influence
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There are not enough Muslims in the police force to work in the Muslim communities and because of 9-11 Muslims have been the target of ridicule, prejudice, and attacks and these communities will not trust the police force. Trouble with the criminal justice system when it comes to Muslims is that they usually choose extremist Muslim groups such as the Center for American Islamic Relations (CAIR) to give lectures about Muslims, study materials, and they even work within our criminal justice system. Department of Justice in 1994 found CAIR as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest money funding scheme to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood through the Holy Land Mission Offices and some of their group are in prison currently for terrorist actions. This is a problem when society’s political behaviors change faster than the criminal justice agencies can keep up to implement proper changes in their agencies (Hakeem, Haberfeld, & Verma, 2012).
What is the relationship between organizational behavior and organizational systems?
Organizational behavior is the study on how organizational structures affect behavior of its employees within the organization. Organizational systems is the structure that an organizations uses to organize its functions and assign responsibility to its employees. Organizational behavior in any criminal justice organization is how the superiors and the employees relate