Case Study: Organizational Behavior Management Amanda Sutton Gunjan Bansal MHA 601 Principles of Health Care Administration December 5, 2018, 2018 1
Case Study: Organizational Behavior Management Individuals strive to become organized in all factors of their life, wither it be in their life setting or career life, but the overall goal is to know where you are going. Changes can prevent the individual from being more innovative and adaptive therefore when a project manager job is to review a team if they expect to see results such as the how efficient a team is, how organized they are and time management. Organizational behavior discusses to the different interaction individuals have with themselves or within a group setting. To understand how individuals behave in a group setting, evaluation is required, by doing so the feedback can allow individuals to see where they stand versus where they need to be in order to contribute to overall productivity. Managers feedback helps recognize and encourages a team to be more creative. It is essential for managers to study the organizational behavior in terms of efficiency because that demonstrates how well a team can follow protocol and procedures to ensure positive results in there day to day responsibilities. The design and structure of organizations influence the behaviors of individuals and groups. Organizational structure determines how job tasks are divided, prioritized, grouped, and coordinated (Mullins, 2010). If a managers notice that the team
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