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Unformatted text preview: Future of Organizational Behavior LANETTE JONES HCS/370 SEPTEMBER CONNIE 17, 2018 WOODS Introduction Healthcare industries can be very competitive. Having an organized behavior within the healthcare industry is vital and important to consider the future of healthcare in continuing education. There are always changes happening, behaviors and change impact on culture in individuals and teams. Having strategies to lead change in organizations can leave a positive impact and continuing education for the future of organizational behavior. Titles Internal and external influences have on culture and organizational behavior. Impact change in culture on individual and teams. Strategies used for leading change in organizations. Importance of continuing education. Future of organizational behavior. Internal Influences on Culture and Organizational Behavior Strategy Finances Organizational Life Cycles Leadership University of Phoenix. (2018). Weekly Overview. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, HCS/370 website. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC External Influences on Culture and Organizational Behavior Technology Government Regulations Politics Economy International Labor Force Consumer This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY Influence Changing Trends University of Phoenix. (2018). Weekly Overview. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, HCS/370 website. Impact Change in Culture The organizational culture, often referred to as corporate culture, is the atmosphere of shared beliefs and practices in a company (Chron, 2018). This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC Impact Change in Culture on Individual and Teams Lewin’s 3 Step Process Refreezing Unfreeze Change Unfreeze – Ensure everyone is ready for change. Change – Implement and Initiate change. Refreezing – Ensure change becomes permanent and establish new behavior. According to Borkowski (2016), To fully understand the influence of group dynamics on an individual’s attitude toward change, consider the work of Kurt Lewin (1947) and his model of Force Field Analysis. Lewin’s model permits us to view change as a series of forces working in different directions (Chapter 19). Strategies used for Leading Change in Organizations Leadership Commitment. Improvement initiatives that actively engage staff in meaningful problem solving. Alignment to achieve consistency of organization goals. Integration to bridge traditional intraorganizational boundaries among individual components. Borkowski, N. (2016). Organizational Behavior, Theory, and Design in Health Care (2nd ed.). Retrieved from 70[;vnd.vst.idref=Chapter19]!/4/78/2/[email protected]:4.80 . This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA Importance of Continuing Education The ability to meet the changing healthcare environment. Improve patient outcome Enhance productivity Improve Skills Financial Stability Gain Confidence Demonstrate Success Improve business network, discipline and social network This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC Future of Organizational Behavior This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC Conclusion References Borkowski, N. (2016). Organizational Behavior, Theory, and Design in Health Care (2nd ed.). Retrieved from [;vnd.vst.idref=Chapter19]!/4/78/2/[email protected]:4.80. Chron. (2018). Organizational Culture & Employee Performance. Retrieved from formance-25216.html University of Phoenix. (2018). Weekly Overview. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, HCS/370 website. ...
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