Chapter 9 & 10
Groups/Teams
Learning objectives
Compare and contrast teams (vs. group) and between
different types of teams in organizations
Self-directed work teams, virtual teams
Team decision making
Strengths, weaknesses, techniques
Team effectiveness
West Indies Yacht Club Resort:
When Cultures Collide
Jeffrey P. Shay
University of Montana
In early December 1994, Patrick Dowd, a 30year-old management consultant,
stared out his ofce window at the snowy Ithaca, New York, landscape. Dowd
reecred on his
Motivation:
Foundations and Practices (Part 1)
Prof. Christy Zhou Koval
Spring 2017
Reminder
Group project progress report due next
Monday, March 6 before class.
Any Qs about the progress report?
Learning objectives
Basic concepts of motivation
Major theo
Workplace Emotions,
Attitudes, and Stress
Prof. Christy Zhou Koval
Spring 2017
Reminder
Submit your teams library workshop exercise
sheet!
Research Participation (6%)
Purpose: learning about social science and business research by
being a research partici
Q1. Due to a corporate restructuring, three of the six employees who work on your
corporate investment group have been transferred to others and three new recruits
to the organization will be assigned to your group as replacements. Although the
three new
Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION TO THE
FIELD OF
ORGANIZATIONAL
BEHAVIOR
Learning Objectives
What is OB
Why study OB
Principles of OB knowledge
Individual outcomes
Group outcomes
Organizational outcomes
Contemporary OB Challenges
A Big Picture of OB
Contemporary
Ch
Stay with the
team you were
for the Blind
Folding Exercise
Blind Folded
Lining Up
Experiential
Learning Exercise
DEBRIEFING SESSION: WHAT DID WE
LEARN?
Best Ten Lecturers Award
Voting
Period
September
27th to November 11th
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Chapter 6 +
PERCEPTIONS AND LEARNING
IN ORGANIZATIONS
Riki Takeuchi, Fall 2016
After this lecture, you should be able to:
1. Explain what perception is and outline the
perceptual process
2. Discuss various biases and errors associated with
perceptual pro
Chapter 1
Introduction to the Field
of Organizational
Behavior
Riki Takeuchi, Fall 2016
Learning objectives
What is OB and why study OB?
Understanding Organizational
Effectiveness
OB trends and challenges
Riki Takeuchi, Fall 2016
What are organizations
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra
(Lecture 13.5)
Weiping Li
Department of Mathematics, HKUST
Weiping Li Department of Mathematics, HKUST
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra (Lecture 13.5)
Continuity
Definition
A function f : (a, b) ! R is continuous
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra
(Lecture 15)
Weiping Li
Department of Mathematics, HKUST
Weiping Li Department of Mathematics, HKUST
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra (Lecture 15)
Re-visit to Compound Interest Rate
Example
If $100 is invested at
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra
(Lecture 14)
Weiping Li
Department of Mathematics, HKUST
Weiping Li Department of Mathematics, HKUST
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra (Lecture 14)
Finding Derivatives using Differentiation Rules
Given a function
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra
(Lecture 13)
Weiping Li
Department of Mathematics, HKUST
Weiping Li Department of Mathematics, HKUST
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra (Lecture 13)
Graph of a function
The graph of the function y = f (x) is the gr
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra
(Lecture 18)
Weiping Li
Department of Mathematics, HKUST
Weiping Li Department of Mathematics, HKUST
MATH 1003 Calculus and Linear Algebra (Lecture 18)
Implicit Functions
Draw the curve in x-y plane given by
F (x, y )
Sample Countries/Regions
Country/region
Power
Distance
Mainland China
High
Low
Moderate
Moderate
Hong Kong
High
Moderate*
High
Low
France
High
High
Moderate
High
Indonesia
High
Low
Moderate
Low
Moderate
Low
High
High
Mexico
High
Low
High
High
U.S.
Low
Hig
Chapter 1
Introduction to the Field
of Organizational
Behavior
Riki Takeuchi, Fall 2016
Learning objectives
What is OB and why study OB?
Understanding Organizational
Effectiveness
OB trends and challenges
Riki Takeuchi, Fall 2016
What are organizations
WELCOME
MGMT 2110
Organizational Behavior
Riki (Ricky) Takeuchi
(with Becky Tsui)
Mon/Wed 9:00-10:20am(L5)
Mon/Wed 10:30-11:50am(L4)
Mon/Wed 12:00-13:20(L6)
Agenda
What to expect syllabus
Who we are class members
introduction, make a new friend today!
Whe
Q1. Employees at a specialty steel company are divided into the hot end and the
cold end of the production process. The hot end forms the steel rods, and the cold
end packs them for shipment to clients. Employees at the cold end are primarily
responsible
Chapter 9
Group Behavior
Learning Objectives
Group basics
What are groups, Why groups
Group Development
Five-Stages Model
Punctuated-Equilibrium Model
Group Properties
roles, norms, size, status, cohesiveness
Group decision making
Strengths and weaknesses
Warm Up Exercise
Retrieve your Online Personality Report
Mark down your Score for each Dimension,
Extraversion; Agreeableness;
Conscientiousness; Neuroticism; Openness to
Experience
Discuss with a student whether you agree with
the scores
Conflict & Negotiation
Chapter 14
A Negotiation Role-Play
This role-play is designed to help you
understand the negotiation process. The
class will break into pairs.
One person will play the role of Alex, the
team supervisor. The other person will play
C.
Course Review
Part 1:
Introduction
to OB
Part 2:
Part 3:
Understanding
Team
Yourself & Others Dynamics
o Leadership
o Field of OB; o Personality &
Values;
& Power;
o OB Model;
o Emotions &
o
Conflict
&
o Managerial
Moods;
Negotiation;
Roles
o Perception;
Note for Feb 25 (Thurs)
We will nish the slides from Ch4 Emo=ons &
Moods from the previous lecture rst.
Then, well move onto Ch6 Percep=on &
Individual Decision Making.
Warm Up Exercise: What is my EQ/E
What mo(vates you?
Indicate how important each of these points is in the job you
would like to get.
1 = Not Important; 2 = slightly important; 3 = moderately important
4 = very important; 5 = Extremely Important
(1) Coopera(ve rel
Founda'ons of Group Behavior
Understanding Work Teams
Chapter 9 & 10
Founda'ons of Group Behaviors
1. What are the Five Stage Model of Group
Development?
2. How do Groupthink & Groupshi; aect Group
Decision
Warm up Exercise
Discuss the meaning of the following hand gestures
A
B
C
D
Ch 11 Communication
2
Outline
I. What is Communication and its purposes?
II. How do people communicate in an organization?
oChannels of Communication in Or
Leadership & Power Part II
Chapter 12 & 13
Power & Poli3cs
Chapter 13
Outline
What are the dierent Bases of Power?
What are the Causes and Consequences of
Poli3cal Behaviors in organiza8on?
Are P
Warm Up Exercise
Review your Score for each Dimension in the
OCEAN Report, Extraversion; Agreeableness;
Conscientiousness; Neuroticism; Openness to
Experience
Discuss with a student whether you agree with
the scores for each dimension or not
Chapter 5
P
Welcome!
Who is in this class?
Please introduce yourself to 3-5 people you dont
know. Please tell them:
1. Your Name
2. Where are you from (country or which part of
Hong Kong)?
3. What classes do you plan to take this semester?
Who is in this class?
Name/
Foundations of Group Behavior
Understanding Work Teams
Chapter 9 & 10
Warm Up Exercise: Fill out the Team Effectiveness
Model Questionnaire from the front desk
Meeting Agenda
Foundations of Group Behaviors
1. What are the Five Stage Model of Group
Develop
Chapter 7 & 8
Employee Motivation Part 1
Motivation
The processes that account for an individuals
intensity, direction, and persistence of effort
toward attaining a goal.
CHAPTER 7&8 Employee Motivation
Learning Objectives
Needs-Based Motivation Theories
Where weve been, where we
are, and where we are going
Individual
Personality
Values
Attitudes
Emotions
Perception
Decision making
Motivation
Learning
Interpersonal
/Group
Social identity
Stereotyping
Attribution
Social learning
Group developm