REFLECTION CH 1 - An example of organizational behavior...

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TAO GUO MHR 318 6:00-7:50PM(MW) CH1-Reflection: Organizational Behavior is the study of individuals and their behavior within the context of the organization in a workplace setting. It is an interdisciplinary field that includes sociology, psychology, communication and management. The purpose of organizational behavior is to gain a greater understanding of those factors that influence individual and group dynamics in an organizational setting so that individuals and the groups and organizations to which they belong may become more efficient and effective. The field also includes the analysis of organizational factors that may have an influence upon individual and group behavior. Much of organizational behavior research is ultimately aimed at providing human resource management professionals with the information and tools they need to select, train, and retain employees in a fashion that yields maximum benefit for the individual employee as well as for the organization.
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Unformatted text preview: An example of organizational behavior that I would like to discuss focuses around a conversation I had with one of my girlfriend. The topic that we discussed was that of equity, but not only from an employee’s point of view, but also from that of a manager. At the time I was employed with ID Cha House. I had been hired on with little prior experience, which I have been worked at the similar store before. Because one old employee introduced his friend to the manager, the manager didn’t give me any reason and reject my application. I think the organizational behavior is a relatively new. It draws most heavily from the psychological and sociological sciences. One of the main reasons for this interdisciplinary approach is because the field of organizational behavior involves multiple levels of analysis, which are necessary to understand behavior within organizations because people do not act in isolation....
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