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Psychological Processes in Consumer Behavior

These processes can be briefly addressed as influenced by the antecedent states of the customer. These are moods and conditions that are not temporary. These factors can be influenced by the state of the atmospherics in the particular Wal-Mart stores. These atmospherics are factors such as design factors, employee dress norms, lighting, sounds, and aromas. […]

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Organizational Behavior

Organizational Behavior is the inquiry and application of learning about how people, individuals, and groups perform, operate, and work in organizations. It accomplishes this by means of adopting a system approach (http://www. nwlink. com/~donclark/leader/leadob. html). Explicitly, it infers people-organization affairs in terms of the entire person, group totality, complete organization, and total social structure. Its […]

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Organizational Behavior

To alleviate stress-related difficulties within the work place, organizations implement several measures, such as non-monetary incentives. More often than not, non-monetary incentives are more efficient than granting financial benefits or rewards. Stress that employees gain from work might several workplace issues such as layoffs and threats of organizational breakdown, heavy workload, erratic changes in work […]

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Organizational behavior

Organizational behavior is about understanding, monitoring and controlling human behavior in workplaces especially where there are many employees viz. , banks, hotels, restaurants, industries, factories and other corporate offices. It is very important to exercise discipline and order in workplaces as the motive and objective of organizations is to run offices and businesses, and in […]

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Companies and individual

Unionization has gained more importance in the recent years as many companies and individuals have been involved in the process. The word unionization has been used in different contexts to mean different forms of combination. In this context the word unionization shall be used to mean a combination of many individuals or workers in the […]

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Unethical behavior in business

Economic crisis is, clearly, a consequence of unethical behavior exhibited by businessmen. This is, nonetheless, traceable to the moral fibre of our business people right from graduate school to the real business world. This moral weakness comes in the form of cheating and other foibles . In these schools, students are erroneously made to believe […]

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Individual Reconciling Personal, Organizational

Individuals on a daily basis deal with personal, organizational and cultural values. It is important that an individual learns to understand the differences between each and how it pertains to them. The intent of this paper is to identify values that are important personally, organizationally, and culturally, and the effects that these values have on […]

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Why We Participate In Unethical Behaviors employees

One reason workers end up doing the wrong thing is because no-one has prepared the employees in making decisions that seem challenging to face, for example, choosing to protect an organizations interests opposed to protecting the community’s interests or being loyal to their colleagues versus telling the truth. Navran (1994) “in many of these cases […]

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Organizational Behaviour

The motive of any business is profit making. In a competitive market, entrepreneurs devices several means where their goods and products can be price effective and at the same time where they can make more profit. In order to achieve this, entrepreneurs seek to reduce their cost of production so that the manufactured goods or […]

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Organizational Behavior

It is indeed clear to anyone leading an organization that individuals making up the organization have a great contribution to how far the organization is going to progress with regards to its existence in the global market. Certainly, this is a key that identifies individual employees as one of the important factors of ‘blood vessels” […]

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How to help control emotions

In order to help the employee control their emotions, the manager should build a link between the emotions and the stress people have at the workplace. In order to understand stress, it is vital for the cause to be identified after which its effects should be understood and interpreted, it should be categorized and its […]

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Managing Emotions

It is necessary that an individual must openly talk about the things he or she perceives as withholding emotions also leads to stress and this can create problems everywhere from family to the organization where an individual is working and this in turn affects his performance at his workplace. Not just this, but keeping thoughts […]

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Emotion and stress in the workplace

Stress is a part of life and it is necessary for the individuals to learn how to cope with it and its results that are mostly negative as people may start using drugs, etc. However, to cope up with stress one of the most important things that are needed by an individual is the support […]

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Management Function & Behaviour

Management Function and Behavior Assignment – A Question 1. How can the field of OB contribute to the effective functioning of organizations and the well being of the individual? Question 2. How are leadership theory and styles related to employee motivation? Explain with suitable examples. Question 3. Discuss in detail the contribution of Taylor to […]

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Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers

According to Mersino, “…leaders of all types need to control themselves and manage their emotions. They cannot afford to let their emotions overtake them and dictate their behavior or they will find they aren’t leading anyone very long” (2007). If the purpose of a personal development plan is to ensure a successful and gratifying life […]

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The Role of Behavioral Determinants in Small Business Entrepreneurship

Most of the success of entrepreneurs in business, more so in small businesses where individuals are more often than not the sole decision makers, depends upon the behavior and conduct of the individual entrepreneurs. The majority of business decisions and business actions in small ventures; be they in relation to deciding upon the project idea, […]

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Problems in Manager to Individual Communication

Problem arises when the difference in culture and subsequently difference in perception about a particular issue/act/custom/or policy stands between the manager and the individual. The multicultural set up of any workplace can create channel noises[1] at any moment, yet most of such situations are manageable, if the manager has requisite presence of mind and knowledge […]

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Psychology and Economics

Vigna’s (2007) study challenges the standard model of decision-making in three respects. One notes that unlike in previous assumptions, individuals have non-standard preferences in that their choices are not entirely consistent through time, they may be willing to take risks for their choices, and they may select options based on how it favors certain social […]

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Effects of a Shift between Collectivism and Individualism

The shift from individualism to collectivism would lead to several probable suggestions. For instance, there is an observation that collectivist category values lessen the communal loitering and raise collaboration (Wagner, 1995), plus also that the individuals in collectivistic managerial societies would recognize more powerfully with their work groups (Chatman, Polzer, Barsade, & Neale, 1998). Nevertheless, […]

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Organization Behaviors

Emirates Airline is an airline company owned by the Dubai government through the Emirates Group Companies. It was establish in 1985, and has since grown to an award wining company owning a fleet of more than 80 Airbuses and Boeings. Emirates have expanded operations to about 100 worldwide destinations, and are still reaching into new […]

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Legal behavior

In any company, those people who are connected to the company in some way, without owning shares, are considered its non-shareholders. Xlibris, a print-on-demand publication company based in Pennsylvania, is a medium-scale company that employs hundreds of employees. Its non-shareholder entities are: the employees, which are comprised of copy editors, artists, and sales representatives; and […]

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Organizational Behavior

The task of Special Education Teacher was analyzed. The results show that applicants for the position of a special education teacher must have the following qualifications: 1) the applicant must be a graduate of a bachelor’s degree; 2) the applicant must have completed an approved training program in special education; 3) the applicant must be […]

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A Comparative Analysis of Organizational Behavior

Southwest Airlines is a domestic passenger airline which provides air transportation service to its customers in the United States. It is known for its emphasis on passenger safety as the CNN Money. com ranked Southwest Airlines as the number one in passenger safety in 1997 (Peter Keating 1997). It is also known for having one […]

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Management Function & Behaviour

Mr. R.K. Mishra owns a small trading company in Varanasi by the name of RKM Enterprises. The company provided raw material to the manufacturers of silk sarees. The business enterprise is also engaged in supply of silk sarees and other silk garments produced by local weavers to the big stores in major cities. In addition […]

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Collective Behavior

As for the recommendations, I would say that the members of my workplace group should continue to empathize with each other, learn from every challenge that we encounter, and always try to work as one and avoid selfish acts if it can be helped. This way, our group will finish the last stages of emptiness, […]

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Group behavior

A group is a number of people banded together by their similarities in interest, belief, responsibilities, or political aim (Passil, 1999; Tyler, 2007). Practically, every single person in the world belongs to a certain group. The goal of this paper is to discuss two of the groups that I am affiliated with, analyze them, compare, […]

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Group Behavior in Organizations

This article is on how to achieve an effective new learning skills and the study of group behavior in organization. Learning is part of man in social environment, we learn at home, school and other environment, from things we hear, see, read e. t. c. Beach (1975) define learning as that human process by which […]

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Organizational Psychology

The danger with relationship conflicts in teams is that if not well controlled they turn into a vicious cycle affecting the whole team and can totally paralyze teams hence causing failure to achieve team goals and objectives. Task-oriented conflicts are more related to the task the teams are involved in and results when team members […]

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Group Behavior in organizations

Many theories have been put forward by theorists to explain what constitutes communication. They view communication in four major perspectives. The mechanistic theory views communication as means of passing messages from sender to receiver. The psychological aspect moves further to consider the feelings and thoughts of the receiver upon receiving the message. The social aspect […]

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