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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR CONCEPTS AND TERMINOLOGY 1 Organizational Behavior Concepts and Terminology Brandon Boze University of Phoenix MGT 307 Steven Hultgren July 21, 2010
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Organizational Behavior Concepts and Terminology An organization is set up and structured to maintain a positive working environment and relationship between all levels of management. Upper management consists of the CEO and their board members. Executives in the organization work with mid-level managers to relay the goals of the organization and provide the necessary resources for employees to conduct daily operations to meet the set goals. There are required levels of commitment that must be present for the organizations value system to work. In this paper we will discuss the topics of organizational culture and behavior, diversity and communication. Behavior and Culture Organizations have certain goals that they want to achieve, some are making profit and some are non-profit organizations. Leadership within the organization is the driving force behind the standards and strategies needed to achieve the goal of the organization. Organizations learn about behavior of employees through case studies, statistical analysis, and employee surveys. The daily routine of an employee can determine behavioral traits that exist within the organization. Learning about employee behavior will allow the development of growing relationships and ensure that the organization runs
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