4Organizational Behavior Helps in Predicting and Controlling Human Behavior

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4.Organizational Behavior Helps in Predicting and Controlling Human Behavior Studying organizational behavior helps to predict and control human behavior. It’s the one of the most important reason for studying organizational behavior. Knowledge of organizational behavior is very much important for the management students who are going to have a career as a successful manager. If all the organizational behavior theories are studied properly then its helps to bring organizational effectiveness. 5.Organizational Behavior Helps in Effective Utilization of Human Resources: Studying organizational behavior helps in effective utilization of human resources. Knowledge of organizational behavior helps managers to manage people effectively in the organization. It enables managers to inspire and motivate employees toward higher productivity and better results as the manage is able to analyze and understand nature and behavior of his employees.
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Assignment Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management Q4. Answer Process of Communication: Communications is fundamental to the existence and survival of humans as well as to an organization. It is a process of creating and sharing ideas, information, views, facts, feelings, etc. among the people to reach a common understanding. Communication is the key to the Directing function of management. Communications is a continuous process which mainly involves three elements viz. sender, message, and receiver. The elements involved in the communication process are explained below in detail: 1. Sender The sender or the communicator generates the message and conveys it to the receiver. He is the source and the one who starts the communication 2. Message It is the idea, information, view, fact, feeling, etc. that is generated by the sender and is then intended to be communicated further. 3. Encoding The message generated by the sender is encoded symbolically such as in the form of words, pictures, gestures, etc. before it is being conveyed. 4. Media It is the manner in which the encoded message is transmitted. The message may be transmitted orally or in writing. The medium of communication includes telephone, internet, post, fax, e-mail, etc. The choice of medium is decided by the sender. 5. Decoding It is the process of converting the symbols encoded by the sender. After decoding the message is received by the receiver. 6. Receiver He is the person who is last in the chain and for whom the message was sent by the sender. Once the receiver receives the message and understands it in proper perspective and acts according to the message, only then the purpose of communication is successful. 7. Feedback
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Assignment Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management Once the receiver confirms to the sender that he has received the message and understood it, the process of communication is complete.
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