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Organizational Behavior Terminology and Concepts 1 Running head: Organizational Behavior Terminology and Concepts Organizational Behavior Terminology and Concepts Shane Sims University of Phoenix MGT-307 Frank Fletcher
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Organizational Behavior Terminology and Concepts 2 Organizational Behavior Terminology and Concepts ”Organizational behavior is the study of how individuals and groups act in organizations” (Hitt, Miller, & Colella, 2006). This is accomplished with a systematic approach of interpretation concerning group and individual relationships within the organization. These functions are essential to building quality functioning relationships in the work place. “Some of the key concepts of organizational behavior are organizational culture, communication, diversity, along The personality of an organization is considered to be the organizational culture. This means that an organizational culture is defined as definitive patterns knowledge, behaviors, and beliefs an organizational is based on. “The key concepts of organizational culture are to make sure the beliefs and values of an organization stay within that organization” (Bateman, & Snell, 2007). Communication is essential in every organization. “Being able to communicate with “Communication is the sharing of information between two or more people to achieve a common understanding about a situation” (Flemming & Zyglidopoulos, 2008).The key is to ensure that employees maintain effective communication while working together in a team
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