TEAM PAPER SEPTEMBER 10 complete.docx - 1 Supporting Organizational Behavior Supporting Organizational Behavior Lisa Fields Angela H Amanda Jordan

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1 Supporting Organizational Behavior Supporting Organizational Behavior Lisa Fields, Angela H, Amanda Jordan, Chitton Scott, Kerri HCS 370 Sept 10, 2018 Katherine Crawford
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2 Supporting Organizational Behavior “No man is an island” is a famous quote by John Donne that refers to the connection’s humans have to one another to thrive. Likewise, so it is within organizations. Organizations would not exist if it were not for the formation, development, and maintenance of groups and teams. In fact, it is the grouping and “teaming” of individuals that creates the structures and cultures of an organization. Organizational structures can range from simple to hierarchal, but the common denominator found in all, are the groups and teams that execute the mission of the organization. Learning about the impact, communication, employee roles, intervention methods and benefits of out sourcing is important because this helps support organizational behavior. First, in a professional environment a two or more people together is a group and usually they are working toward a common goal. A group who works together to achieve that common goal is often referred to as a team. Groups who are not teams can have a negative impact on organizational behavior while teams tend to have a more positive and efficient impact on organizational behavior. Groups who are not working together as a team often bring conflict to light which can have a negative impact on productivity as well as customer service. Teams working together bring improved productivity, performance enhancement, positive customer service, and a welcoming environment. Positive and effective teams make work successful and more enjoyable while groups who can not function as a team can make work stressful and more difficult. Teams can bring experiences and thoughts that allow for organizational growth. Teams not only improve the organization, but also allow for growth in team members. Team members
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