MGMT-620 Session 5 Motivation and Social Systems in a Global Context

MGMT-620 Session 5 Motivation and Social Systems in a Global Context

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4-1 New York Institute of Technology MGMT-620 International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior Session 5 – Motivating Globally Dr. Kevin O’Sullivan
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4-2 Motivation and Social Systems in a Global Context
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4-3 UNDERSTANDING A SOCIAL SYSTEM Social system Open systems Social Equilibrium Functional and Dysfunctional Effects Psychological and Economic Contracts
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4-4 UNDERSTANDING A SOCIAL SYSTEM The results of the psycholo gical contract and the economic contract
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4-5 SOCIAL CULTURE Cultural Diversity EEO Laws Equal employment opportunity (EEO) Affirmative action • Discrimination • Prejudice Valuing diversity Social Culture Values The Work Ethic Social Responsibility
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4-6 ROLE The complex web of manager-employee role perceptions
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4-7 ROLE Role Perceptions Mentors Role model • Protégé Role Conflict Role Ambiguity
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4-8 STATUS Status systems Status anxiety Status deprivation Status Relationships Status Symbols Sources of Status Significance of Status
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4-9 STATUS Major sources of status on the job
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4-10 Motivation
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