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perception, change processes, conflict and negotiation, and work design. These eight core concepts that the books have given that fully describe organizational behavior have been taught though my educational experiences or my work experiences. My impression of organizational behavior is that in any business or organization it is a necessary but tough to completely accomplish. I believe this is true because most of the core concepts talked about in the previous paragraph can be chalked up to one’s opinion on how it should be done, for instance how your employees are motivated. "Organizations must start intentionally finding high performing and high culture fit employees. Further, organizations must be ruthless when it comes to rejecting individuals who aren't a great fit. Even if they come across as a high performer, they can wreak havoc on the positive, collaborative culture you need to create" (Lipman, V. 2015, July 28). I believe that if company’s can accomplish this quote it will help them take great leaps in the right direction when it comes to employee turn overs, training their staff, and the organizational behaviors of the company. I find the process of networking of a manager new and interesting. When comparing networking to average managers, successful managers, and effective managers the percentage of their time doing this activity changes dramatically. According to the book on average managers only spend 19 percent of their time networking (Robbins, S., Judge, T., 2017). Contrary to that the book also states that successful managers spend 48 percent of their time networking. I would like to learn more about what makes the perfect amount of time spent on networking to be successful and efficient. Lipman, V. (2015, July 28). New Study Answers: What Motivates Employees To 'Go The Extra Mile?' Retrieved March 27, 2019, from - extra-mile-study-offers-surprising-answer/#6a6da99ca055 Robbins, S. & Judge, T . (2017). Organiational behavior (17 th ed.). New York: Pearson
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