A82764.doc - Organisation Behaviour Table of Contents INTRODUCTION.1 TASK 1.1 P1 Analyse how organisation culture politics and power can influence

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Organisation Behaviour
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Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 1 TASK 1 ............................................................................................................................................ 1 P1 Analyse how organisation culture, politics and power can influence individual and team behaviour and performance ......................................................................................................... 1 TASK 2 ............................................................................................................................................ 4 P2 Content and process theories of motivation and motivational technique, enable effective achievement of goals ................................................................................................................... 4 TASK 3 ............................................................................................................................................ 7 P3 What make an effective team, as opposed to an ineffective team .......................................... 7 TASK 4 .......................................................................................................................................... 10 P4 Apply concept and philosophies of OB within organisational context and a given business situation ...................................................................................................................................... 10 CONCLUSION .............................................................................................................................. 12 REFRENCES ................................................................................................................................. 13
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INTRODUCTION Organisational behaviour is the academic study of the way people act within group. As well principle of same are applied primarily in attempting to make business more effectively. In simple term, OB is the activity that is conducted by manager of company for studying behaviour of individual as well as their way of interacting with others (Ashenden and Sasse, 2013). Objective of respective technique is to enhance effectiveness and efficiency of business. This report is based on WAITROSE it is a chain of British Supermarkets founded in 1904 by Wallace Waite, Arthur Rose and David Taylor. Several topics will discuss in the report such as influence of politics, culture and power of company on individual, team and organisation. Along with this, content as well as process theory will be discussed and how they help in achieving goals effectively. Moreover, techniques will be described that use for making an team effective and also concept as well philosophies of Organisation Behaviours. TASK 1 P1 Analyse how organisation culture, politics and power can influence individual and team behaviour and performance. Organisational behaviour is defined as constant examination of behaviour of human attitude and performance within organisation. Major objectives of organisational behaviour are to have formative approach which assists performance level of employees. It comprises of various factors like power, politics and culture which can have direct and indirect impact on performance of team and individuals. WAITROSE has executed Handy culture in their organisation to reduce impact of these factors. These factors are elaborated below: Organisational culture: It comprises different assumptions, values and beliefs which assist to identify behaviour of individual. Every organisation has their own working system, vision and norms which they follow to carry out operations. Organisational culture has strong impact on individuals and way in which interaction takes place in between team and shareholders of organisation. WAITROSE has opted for Handy culture, it comprises of four components which are described below: Power Culture: Power is possessed by only few persons within organisation, they include CEO, top manager and board of directors. They are responsible authorities who formulate policies, rules and regulations (Carlos Pinho, Paula Rodrigues and Dibb, 2014). Power 1
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within WAITROSE is with superiors only. Those rules acts as guidelines for employees and they work accordingly. Performance of employees is judged on basis of their roles and responsibilities
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