Concepts of Organization Behaviour

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ORGANIZATIONBEHAVIOUR
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................1TASK 1.................................................................................................................................................11.1 Compare and contrast the two different organisational structures and cultures....................11.2 Impact of relationship among organisation’s structure and culture on business performance.....................................................................................................................................................31.3 Factors which influence individual behaviour at work..........................................................3TASK 2.................................................................................................................................................42.1 Comparison of the effectiveness of different leadership styles in these two organisations. .42.2 How organisational theory underpins the practice of management.......................................42.3 Different approaches to management used by each organisation..........................................5TASK 3.................................................................................................................................................53.1 Impact that different leadership styles may have on motivation in these organisationsduring periods of change..............................................................................................................53.2 Applications of different motivational theories within these workplaces.............................53.3 Usefulness of a motivation theory for managers within these organisations........................6TASK 4.................................................................................................................................................74.1 Nature of groups and group behaviour within these organisations.......................................74.2 Factors that may promote or inhibit the development of effective teamwork in theseorganisations................................................................................................................................74.3 The impact of technology on team functioning within one of these organisation.................7CONCLUSION....................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES.....................................................................................................................................9references............................................................................................................................................11
LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1Types of organization culture.............................................................................................2Figure 2McGregor Theory X and Y................................................................................................6
INTRODUCTION In order to motivate all the workers within and organization and keep them satisfied, it ishighly essential to maintain the appropriate organization behaviour. It can also be explained bythe methodological study of human behaviour which encompasses of different groups, teams,management and leaders (Weisband, 2013). This is the most effective process which highlyaffects the overall business activities of any organization. In this regard, the present study takesplace on the various concepts of organization behaviour. The Co-operative Group and JohnLewis Partnership companies have been selected for this research. Here, human resourceconsultancy team is going to present relationship between the organisation’s structure and cultureas well as its impact on business performance of both the cited firms. In addition to this, factorsthat may promote the development of effective teamwork in organisations are also going toexplain (Yang, Huang and Wu, 2011). TASK 11.1 Compare and contrast the two different organisational structures and culturesIn order to accomplish different goals within an organization it is highly essential to setspecific structure and culture within the firm (Teh and Sun, 2011). It is the most effective waythrough which employee performance can be enhanced. Different types of organization structurefollowed various organizations are follows: Functional structure: This is one of the most common structures under which companydivide itself in the form of different departments such as HR, sales, production, operationdepartment etc. (Shadare, 2011). Under this type of structure each departments depends on thehelp of other department’s staff members. Divisional organizational structure: This is another type of organizational structure inwhich manager directly report to the head of the department about their product type. This typeof structure mainly follows by the retail firms due to having their various stores across the globe.It is typically used in large companies operates their business operations in large geographicareas (Mendes and Stander, 2011). Under this type of structure, needs can be meet out morespecifically however, communication may affects due to different geographic locations. Forexample: The Co-operative Group is a British consumer cooperative firm which serves different1| P a g e

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