Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Organizational Behavior


Organizational behavior is the study of human behavior in an organization. It’s a study or research over the human resource and its behavior within an organization. Organizational behavior is normative in nature and can also be said as a ‘normative science’ because, it does include research and other various factor relating to it. Organizational Behavior is goal-oriented. Its main objective is to control over the organizational behavior and obtain organizational goal.
Every human resource has different aspect and different views, and with different views and their aspect they would have different nature and behavior. Employees working within an organization in a same particular job would still have different behavior. Therefore, to know and to solve if wanted problems organizational behavior places a vital role.

Some of the main characteristics of Organizational Behavior are:

  • ·        Goal- Oriented
  • ·         Human Resource Research
  • ·         Normative Science
  • ·         Continuous Process

We can conclude that, without organizational behavior an organization faces various problems and would be decrease in process toward their goal achievement process. An organization to be smooth and success requires organizational behavior or research through it. 

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