Exam1 FC - Values Organizational Behavior Have three times...

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Unformatted text preview: Values Organizational Behavior Have three times the level of financial success that companies have where these practices are absent; best places to work awards have significantly higher financial long-term Relatively stable, evaluative beliefs that guide a persons preferences for outcomes or courses of action in various situations. stock market performance. Globalization Ethics Moral principles or values that determine whether actions are right or wrong and outcomes are good or bad. People actively participate in other countries and cultures. Structural Capital Globalization Economic, social, and cultural connectivity with people in other parts of the world; creates new structures, increases diversity, and increases competitive pressures. The knowledge captured and retained in an organizations systems and structures, such as the documentation of work procedures and the physical layout of the production line; includes finished products. Absenteeism Counterproductive Work Behaviors Voluntary behaviors that have the potential to directly or indirectly harm the organization (i.e. abuse, threats, theft) Higher in organizations with generous sick leave because this benefit limits the negative financial impact of taking time away from work. Corporate Social Responsibility Knowledge Acquisition Information is brought into the organization from the external environment; includes experimenting and discovering new ideas. Organizational activities intended to benefit society and the environment beyond the firms immediate financial interests or legal obligation (triple bottom line). Organizations Clearly Defined Career Path Non-existent for the field of organizational behavior; in marketing, you can progress in the company to become the VP of Marketing. They all have a collective sense of purpose, although its not always well defined or agreed upon. High Performance Work Practices (HPWP) Manager Everyone is a ____. Internal systems and structures that are associated with successful companies; employees are a competitive advantage and there is a maximum benefit when organizational practices are bundled.are bundled....
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