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Informative Article | Management | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023
The Concept of Organizational Behavior as a Management Tool
Dr. Christina .R
Abstract: Understanding and analyzing human behavior inside an organization is the core idea behind the management concept known as organizational behavior. It gives managers insightful information on the elements that affect worker performance, motivation, and job satisfaction, empowering them to foster a supportive and effective work environment. Individual behavior, group dynamics, leadership philosophies, and organizational culture are just a few of the topics covered in the study of organizational behavior. Managers can develop a deeper understanding of how staff members interact and react to various situations by looking at these elements, which will help them, make wise judgments and put forth useful plans. Understanding these personal characteristics enables managers to adapt their strategies to each employee's unique demands, resulting in higher job satisfaction and more productivity. Organizational behavior also examines how teamwork and group dynamics affect organizational results. Organizational behavior is significantly influenced by leadership philosophies as well. Employee motivation and performance are influenced in different ways by various leadership styles, including autocratic, democratic, and transformational leadership. Managers may encourage and inspire their people and improve organizational outcomes by using the right leadership philosophies. An important aspect of organizational behavior is organizational culture. An organization's common values, beliefs, and practices that influence employee behavior and attitudes are referred to as organizational culture. Managers can establish a suitable work environment that encourages employee engagement, loyalty, and organizational commitment by fostering a good and supportive culture.
Keywords: Organizational behavior, management technique, human behavior, worker productivity, transformationa employee engagement, loyalty, organizational commitment
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,
Pages: 1399 - 1403