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Organization

Behaviour
Module 1

Difference
between
Ideal and
Real
Organizatio
n

Ideal Organization
Zero Conflicts
All employees are
happy and productive
(Motivated)
Excellent Leadership
Effective
communication
No Politics
All employees have
positive attitude
towards work

Lots of arguments
and conflicts
Real
Organization
between
employees
Most of the
employees are
unhappy and
demotivated
Different leaders
adopt different
styles of leadership
Employees indulge in
lots of gossip and
office politics
Employees attitudes
keep changing from
time to time

Definition of
OB

Definition of
OB

Definition of OB

Definition of
OB

Predict
behaviours
in the
following
case

John sat in the classroom and drew pictures of the Fighting


Warriors in his notebook while his teacher lectured about
biology or something. He didn't really know for sure. The
last thing he remembered her saying was that there would
be a test tomorrow. His heart jumped. He went home to
study for the test, but he was soon drawn to his Game Box.
He played Fighting Warriors long into the night. When his
alarm clock rang the next day, he was too tired to hit the
snooze button, so he let it beep for about 20 minutes
before he got up and went to school. As she had promised,
the teacher has prepared a test. She reviewed the testing
procedures and directions with the class and then passed
out the test. John looked at his test and scratched his
head...
What event is most likely to occur next?
________________________________________________
Situation clues+Your experiences=Prediction

Suggested Answer
John is probably going to fail his test.
Explanation
Clues:
John did not pay attention to the lecture.
He did not study, and
He did not get proper rest;
therefore, he is likely to fail the test.

1. Priya loved biking. She had biked in allkinds of


weather. She had been planning thisbike trip for
weeks. Today was going to begreat. She woke
up early and looked out the window. It was
raining!

Predict
behaviours in the
following case

2. Ankita loved animals. She had 2 cats, a dog, a


parakeet, and a goldfish. She'd beenbringing
home stray or wounded animalssince she was 4
years old. She would nurse ananimal back to
health and then find it a goodhome. Today she
was walking home and sawa puppy with a hurt
paw.
3. Ben always had trouble getting up in the
morning. His mother usually had to callhim at
least twice. He'd already been late forschool
three times this month. Mom hadalready called
him once and now headed up tohis room and
knocked on the door. When hedidn't respond she
walked in and found himfast asleep!

Clues

She had biked in all


kinds of weather.

Experience

When you really love


to do something, you
won't let a little rain
stop you!

Prediction

Priya will go on
the trip anyway.

Clues

She loves animals.


She brought

Experience

When something is

wounded animals hurt, people usually


try to help.
home.

Prediction

Ankita will take


the puppy home.

Clues

He had trouble

Experience

times.

school.

waking up. He'd been If you don't wake up in


time, you'll be late for
late for school 3

Prediction

Ben will be late for


school.

OB not only makes an individual a


better employee of an organization
but also a makes him a better person

Importance
of OB

OB uses scientific research to help us


understand and predict organizational
life.
OB helps an individual understand
himself/herself and others better.
OB helps a manager to get things
done through others

Foundations of OB
Individua
l
differenc
es

Foundations
of OB

Mutualit
y of
Interest
s

Human
Dignity

A Whole
Person

Caused
Behavio
ur

Pure science V/s Applied


science
Contributing
disciplines
to OB

Psychology
Sociology (Intra-group
behaviour)
Anthropology
Social Psychology (Intergroup Behaviour)
Political science

Levels of OB
Individual
Behaviour
(Intraperso
nal
behaviour)

Levels of
Behaviour
Organizatio
n Behaviour

Group
Behaviour
(Interperso
nal
Behaviour)

OB Model

OB Model

Individual Behaviour

Personality
Perception
Attitude
Learning
Motivation

Group Behaviour

Group Dynamics
Leadership
Communication
Conflict
Power & Politics

Organization Behaviour

Organization Change
Organization culture
Organization Structures

Impact of
Global and
Cultural
diversity on
OB
(Challenges
of OB)

Changing
demographics
of Workforce
Dual Career
couples
Younger workforce

Changed
employee
expectations

Diversity in
workforce

Fruits of
SUCCESS
Roots =
Strengths,
talents,
competencies
Fruits =
Successes,
Achievements,
accomplishments