Chapter 16 Organizational Design and Structure
Designing Organizational Structure
Organizational Structure: Formal system of task and job reporting relationships Organizational Design: Arrangement of tasks and job relationships that comprise the organiza
Taking Responsibility for Protecting Employees Privacy
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What does a company have a "right" to know? What do you think about polygraph exams? How about personality tests? Intelligence tests? Medical exams? Records and data banks?
Chapter 7 Outline I. Job Design: Early Approaches 1) Job Design: process of linking specific tasks to specific jobs and deciding what techniques, equipment, and procedures should be used to perform those tasks a) Job design influences the motivation of em
Chapter 6 Outline I. What is Work Motivation? A. Work Motivation: the psychological forces that determine the direction of a persons behavior in an organization, a persons level of effort, and a persons level of persistence. B. Employees choose their dire
Chapter 8 Outline I) Psychological Contracts a) Psychological contract: an employees perception of his or her exchange relationship with an organization, outcomes the organization has promised to provide to the employee, and contributions the employee is
Chapter 9 Outline I) The Nature of Stress a) Stress: the experience of opportunities or threats that people perceive as important and also perceive they might not be able to handle or deal with effectively b) Individual Differences and Stress i) Personali
Chapter 10 Outline I) Introduction to Groups a) Group: set of two or more people who interact with each other to achieve certain goals or to meet certain needs b) Group goal: goal that all or most members of a group can agree on as a common goal c) Types