Organizational Behavioral Forces Essay

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Organizational Behavioral Forces There are many forces that dictate the organizational behavior within an organization. The organizational behavior will tend to shift based upon the different demands both internally and externally. Internal and external factors have an equal importance within organizations and will have different effects and outcomes on an organization. In this paper we will compare four very different organizations and demonstrate the effect four factors have on the organizational behavior within the organization. The four factors we will explore are: restructuring, competition, customer demands, and organizational mission. These four forces have a great impact on the organizations we have evaluated and although they are…show more content…
A local Ford dealership restructures their selling teams on a monthly basis. Sales people in an eight hour shift are divided among four floor managers. At the end of the month the team of lowest producers are either fired or again divided among the four sales managers and four of the top sales people are divided among the four teams. The mid level sales people are divided equally. Sales and finance managers are traded with or transferred from different ford dealerships. Employees, sales people and services techs sometimes follow their preferred management to the different dealerships. This restructuring is in place to effectively run the business and the outcome involves both internal and external factors. At the University of Phoenix Online International, subdivision of University of Phoenix Online was created as a result of a restructuring process of University of Phoenix. The growing demand from International students urged the need for the Apollo Group to create an International department, where enrollment counselors, academic advisors and finance specialist could actually have a knowledge and experience of the global environment, and would be familiar with foreign education systems and immigration laws. Another major factor in the
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