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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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Interpersonal Communication

Communication is something that is common to everyone. Whether verbal or nonverbal, we all have to pass across information to other people. Generally speaking, communication is usually between two parties, the sender and the receiver. Apart from this, two people to communicate, there must be a sense of commonality between them and this might as […]

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Efficient communication

Berry (1980) suggested using the term of “relationship marketing” in order to describe a peculiar relationship between companies and their consumers and later defined it as “attracting, maintaining, and – in multi-service organizations – enhancing customer relationships” (1983, p. 25; cf. Berry and Thompson 1982). In further investigations, the author expressed an opinion that customers […]

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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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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 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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Communication and information

From the prehistoric era to the modern age, we have been on a quest to improve their standard of life. From various observations and tireless researches, we have found ways to discover technology that can make our lives easier. Fire allowed us to cook. Tractors allowed us to cultivate land. Automobiles allowed us to travel […]

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Establishing an Electronic Communications

The Electronic Communications Ltd had firmly established itself in China by opening its production facilities at Tianjin Economic Technological Development Area in 1992, and by 2000 had expanded to one holding company, seven joint ventures and 26 subsidiary companies with a total staff strength of 13000. It is now faced with a cluster of problems […]

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Email Communication

As explained earlier, emails can be used as an effective “word of mouth” marketing technique and employees can promote and propagate important messages quite easily and without much cost as well. Since it is easy to circulate emails, they can be done with so, with little cost, and to many recipients at the same time. […]

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Effective Business Communications

The Corporate Communications Department is pleased to announce a new policy to streamline the company’s e-mail usage. Effective April 15, 2008, all employees will have to limit their e-mail correspondences from five to four working days a week. We realize that checking one’s email at the start of one’s workday has zoomed as a number […]

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One-on-one communication and meetings

I have always believed over the years and before I studied this course that communication in general holds utmost importance and is one of the keys to success for any group or organization. Both oral and written communications are significant modes of relaying a message, intent and urgency to another individual or group, internal or […]

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Effective Communication Replacement

Every business or organization requires communication among its members that is effective and serves the needs of the organization. Effective communication is an important aspect of a company as almost 80 percent of business transactions are conducted through communication. Efficient communication is a crucial factor to organizational success. An efficient and effective communication among the […]

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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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Corporate communication

The span of business ethics is extensive and can be measured from different perspectives. In this case the organizations’ management should ensure that several ethical considerations must be balanced for the business to be successful in its operations and relations with its employees and the surroundings of its business, this includes; Corporate communication which is […]

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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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Organizational Communication

The working conditions of workers in many organizations have been compromised since ancient time. Due to the harsh conditions which the employees were being exposed, it raised a lot of struggle for the draconian habits to be abolished. Many companies experienced strikes organized by employees to genuinely fight for the restoration of their rights. This […]

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Type of communication

Business communication framework focuses on perspectives, types of communication, contexts and patterns. Communication in any business operates from three perspectives: one customer – supply chain relationships including both external and internal links; two, employee-management relationship including internal links only and customer-consumer-product relationships. Communication occurs in different forms in these relationships – it may be a […]

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Examining MRM Worldwide Internal Communications System

To say that internal communications is critically important to the success of a business would be a dramatic understatement. If the lines of communication between management and employees are weak or limited, the entire mission of the company can be undermined. This is why it is critical that a company must work with an effective […]

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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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Effective Communication

Introduction             Effective managerial/Supervisory communication in one’s workplace Communication is an important factor in the performance of an organization.  When plans and strategies are developed for the management of an organization, the manager has to pass the message on how he/she wants the work done.  If in any case the manager needs employees views, he/she […]

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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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Effective Communication

Communication can be interpreted in different ways by different audiences. With a small group you may not have to put as much emphasis and attention on the point you are trying to get across as you would with a large group. If I were to communicate a message to a small group as my board […]

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Employment Communication

Employment communication refers to the strategies which the employee uses to market themselves as the ideal candidate for the specified job. Employment communication encompasses all matters from the job search, the job application, the creation of a successful resume, preparation of the interview and the attendance of the interview (Parzych, 2000). Employment communication is integral […]

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Email as a Digital Communications Technology

An electronic mail or more popularly known as the e-mail is a digital means of exchanging or transmitting data in the form of messages. Little do people know that the e-mail was not invented but rather it evolved from different forms of simpler digital messaging. Possibly the very first form of e-mail was the MAILBOX, […]

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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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