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Higher NationalsAssignment Brief – BTEC (RQF)Higher National Diploma in BusinessStudent NameIvan AndonovIDHE06388Unit Number andTitleUnit 12– Organisational BehaviourAcademicYear2018-2019CohortApril18TermUnitLeaderAssessorTrevor MessamAssignmentTitleOrganisational BehaviourIssueDate14/05/2019Submission StartDate17/06/2019Deadline for assignmentsubmission28/06/2019IV NameSaheed Ayinde1Learners Declaration: I certify that the work submitted for this unit ismy own and the research sources are fully acknowledged.Learners Signature:Ivan AndonovDate: 06/06/2019Plagiarism:Any act of plagiarism will be seriously dealt with according to the colleges andawarding bodies’ regulations. In this context the definition and scope ofplagiarism are presented below:Plagiarism is presenting someone’s work as your won. It includes copyinginformation directly from the web or books without referencing the material;submitting joint coursework as an individual effort; copying another student’scoursework; stealing coursework form another student and submitting it asyour own work. Suspected plagiarism will be investigated and if found to haveoccurred will be dealt with according to the college procedure. (For furtherdetails please refer to 5.j.i the Academic Misconduct policy and procedure;5.j.ii Academic Misconduct Student Guide; 5.n.v Plagiarism Student Handbook,all available on HELP.)
Contents PageCover Page........................................................................................................................................1..........Introduction........................................................................................................................................3..........LO1 Analyse the influence of culture, politics and power on the behaviour of others in an organisational context.P1 Analyse how an organisation’s culture, politics and power influence individual and team behaviour andperformance. ..............................................................................................................3...........LO2 Evaluate how to motivate individuals and teams to achieve a goal;P2 Evaluate how content and process theories of motivation and motivational techniques enable effectiveachievement of goals in an organizational context................................................................4..........LO3 Demonstrate an understanding of how to cooperate effectively with othersP3 Explain what makes an effective team as opposed to an ineffectiveteam...........................................................................................................................6............LO4 Apply concepts and philosophies of organisational behaviour to a given business situation.P4 Apply concepts and philosophies of organisational behaviour within an organisational context and a givenbusiness situation. ........................................................................................................7.........References...................................................................................................................9.........2
IntroductionCompany culture and characteristics are subject to negotiation and BBC hasundergone important changes in recent times. In this report, various aspects of theorganizational culture in the sense of BBC and also with regard to the appropriate culturaland inspirational theoretical frameworks were examined and reviewed in the case given. TheBBC's corporate culture has experienced major modifications and is distinct from the pastculture of the company. It is essential to know the cultural theoretical framework to evaluatethe organizational culture of the company as among the criteria for an organisation in thecontext of the conceptual models. (BBC Charter Review, 2017)LO1 Analyse the influence of culture, politics and power on the behaviour of others inan organisational context.P1 Analyse how an organisation’s culture, politics and power influence individual and teambehaviour and performance.Power CultureThe culture of Power enables only restricted individuals in the organisation. Theseindividuals have the authority and are empowered to decide. The affluent people in the joblocation are these individuals. These entities are also responsible for delegating additionalclassifications and tasks to other staff. Staff have really no freedom to voice their opinionsthroughout this job culture. (Brooks, 2009)Task cultureTask structure is a cultural organisation depending on the results of the group. Groups arecreated appropriately under such corporate culture to attain the objectives or to overcomecrucial issues. The whole culture enables the members or staff of the organisation, in orderto carry out the duties allocated in an ingenious way, an equivalent input. (Brooks, 2009)Person CultureAn organisation following the culture of the individual highlights the significance of the staff.People in this culture are much more worried regarding their personal gain and less abouttheir organizational revenue. (Brooks, 2009)Role CultureThe culture of role suggests a corporate culture which prioritizes the workers ' assignedresponsibilities. These assigned positions are predicated on the specialisation, intellectualskills of staff and, throughout this culture, staff could decide whatever they can strongest andembrace obstacles voluntarily as shown by their choice of positions. (Brooks, 2009)Until Gregory Dyke got over from Birt General Director, the BBC's designs have beenthe bureaucratic system which resembles the energy culture. It was not appropriate for theorganisation, as it only aims for effectiveness by defining rigid organisational regulations andcodes of behaviour for staff, to operate organically smoothly. The staff were not able to voicetheir beliefs as well as their organizational concerns in this course of such a culture.Because all in the organisation, despite the reality that the guidelines are not by personalskills, have been obliged to follow the very same policy. This cultural model also missed staffwith creative thoughts as they could not"raise a voice" about their opinions and thoughts.BBC introduced fresh policies and organisational culture patterns to the day since Dyke tookover. The Rational Goal System and the McKinsey System seem to be the methods which3
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