Organizational Behaviour

What Organizational  Behaviour Refers?

Organizational Behaviour is the study and Application of Knowledge about how people, individuals, and Groups Act in Organization. It does this by taking a system approach. That is, it interprets people Organization relationships in terms of the whole person, whole group, the whole Organization, and a whole social system.

Its purpose is to build better relationships by achieving human objectives, Organizational objectives, and social objectives. Organizational Behavior (OB) refers to the behaviour of individual and Groups within Organizations and the interaction between Organizational Members and their External Environments.

Individual Behaviour

➡Personality, Perception, Learning, Attitudes, Motivation

Group Behaviour

➡ Leadership, Power, Politics, & Conflicts, Communications


➡ Organization Culture, Work Stress, Human Resources & Policies, Change & Development

Grapevine Communication

What is Grapevine Communication Grapevine is an informal communication, unorganized and unofficial channel of communication in an organization. When the…

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Various Sources of Authority

Authority is the power to manage the subordinates to control them and to instruct them according to the rules norms…

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Hawthorne Studies in Understanding of Organization

The Human Relations Movement began with the Hawthorne Studies in the understanding of Organization with Hawthorne Experiments. Some of the…

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Sources of Conflicts and Types

Conflicts Conflict shows a struggle or contest between people with opposing needs; ideas beliefs, values, or goals the conflict might…

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Various Approaches to Organizational Development

 An OD approach can help an organization understand the implications of technological change on the social entity of the organization – …

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Formation of Groups in a Large-Scale-Organization

From Members Point of View Companionship The need for a relationship with other people is one of the strongest and…

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Delegation and Decentralization

Decentralization of Authority’ refers to the dispersal of authority for decision-making in various levels of organizational operations throughout the organization…

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Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory

Hertzberg’s Two Factor Theory, also known as the Motivation-Hygiene Theory. This theory was derived from a study designed to test…

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McGregors Motivation Theory

Theory X assumes that the average person : Dislikes work and attempts to avoid it Has no ambition, wants no…

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Role of Perception in Managerial Activities and Organizational Processes

Perception Perception is the process of recognizing and interpreting sensory stimuli. Learn the definition of perception, how it is related…

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