Introduction to Organizational Behavior
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Managers need to develop their interpersonal or people skill if they are going to be effective in their jobs. Organizational behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within an organization, and then it applies that knowledge to make organization work more effectively. Specifically, organizational behavior focuses on how to improve productivity; reduce absenteeism, turnover, and deviant workplace behavior; and , increase organizational citizenship behavior and job satisfaction.
This course uses the book of Stephen P. Robbins and Timothy A. Judge-Organizational Behavior 12th edition. All the quizzes are subjective questions that is intended for critical thinking and ethical comprehensions of the students. The perceptions of the students on the additional materials for the specific lectures will help them conceptualize the essence of becoming an effective leader and manager.
The course is 106 minutes long on the instructional part, but with the inclusions of additional materials and quizzes would depend on how the students work on each lectures. This course in a standard classroom would take one semester with five credit hours.
Students should take this course for them to understand, explain, and summarize the importance of attitude, behavior, job satisfaction, and job involvement in the work force.
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|Section 1: Foundation of Organizational Behavior- Individual|
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Introduction to Organization BehaviorPreview
After studying this lecture, the students will be able to:
Understanding Individual BehaviorPreview
The objective of this lecture are as follows:
Perception. motivation, and emotion are the concepts that are essential in OB for the management to understand. Perception is a process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory impressions in order to give meaning to their environment. Motivation is the process that account for an individual's intensity, direction, and persistence of effort toward attaining a goal. Emotions in an intense feelings that are directed at someone or something.
|Section 2: Organizational Behavior- The Group|
Lecture 6 is about group behavior foundation. After this lecture, the students will be able to differentiate between formal and informal groups, compare two models of group development; explain how role requirements change in different situations; describe how norms exert influence on an individual's behavior; explain what determines status; define social loafing and its effect on group performance; and identify the benefits and disadvantages of cohesive groups.
This lecture will explain the growing popularity of teams in organizations, contrast teams with groups, identify four types of teams, and specify the characteristics.
The objectives of this lecture are to describe the communication process, explain the improtance of channel richness to improving communication effectiveness, identify common barriers to effective communication, and describe the potential problems in cross-cultural communication.
After studying this course, the students would be able to:
This is the end of the course. After studying this lecture, the students will be able to :
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