Research Paper on Human Behavior Organization

3778 Words Nov 30th, 2012 16 Pages
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Organizational Behavior against Perception

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement of the Subject HBO101

Submitted to:
Ms. Pichay

Submitted by:
Leader:
Marino, Lizaso
Member:
Lindero, Maricar
Lustina, Irene
Macaraeg, Maan
Macarambon, Putri Johanna

HBO101-1T ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We are heartily thankful to our dearest professor, Mrs. Pichay whose encouragement, support and guidance until the wavering moments of the semester helped us to see this term paper into completion.

We are also particularly grateful for the assistance given by the staff of UE Library specifically the Circulation Library and Graduate School Library for letting us borrow books and theses.

We would like to offer our special thanks
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To be sure, the goal was still technical efficiency, but at least management was awakened to the importance of one of its neglected resources. Taylor’s major work was published in 1911. it was followed in 1914 by Lillian Gilbreth’s The Psychology of Management, which primarily emphasized the human side of work. Shortly thereafter the National Personnel Association was formed, and later. In 1923, it became the American Management Association, carrying the subtitle “Devoted Exclusively to the Consideration of the Human Factor in Commerce and Industry.” During this period Whiting Williams was studying workers while working with them, and in 1920 he published a significant interpretation of his experiences, What’s on the Worker’s Mind. Organizations permeate all levels of our lives. We come into contact with many of them daily. In fact, most of us probably spend most of our lives in—or are affected by—organizations. We expend sizable amounts of our time as members of work, school, social, civic, and church organizations. Or we are involved as employees, students, clients, patients, and citizens of organizations. Organizations are characterized by their goal-directed behavior, and they pursue goals and objectives that can be achieved more efficiently and effectively by the concerted action of individuals and groups. Organizations are, however, much more than means for providing goods and services. They