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Organizational Behavior: Case Study Analysis

   

Added on  2022-12-09

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Page of Contents
Introduction
Overview of case scenario
Issue 1 and example from case study
Theories
Recommendation
Issue 2 and example from case study
Theories
Recommendation
Issue 3 and example from case study
Theories
Recommendation
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Introduction
The organizational behavior is a study of human behavior in the
workplace wherein it discusses interface between the organization
and human behavior and the company itself. It discusses both the
individual and group performance and its activities at workplace.
The human behavior is studied in the work environment because it
helps in determining its impact on the performance, job structure,
motivation, communication, leadership and many key areas
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Overview of case study
Tony Jackson works in Thomas Valley Building on apprenticeship
but after two years left due to lack of permanent position and re-
join again when a new position was vacated. He was a bright
employee and never caused any trouble to anyone. Jane Taylor is
promoted to the post of Assistant manager and was entrusted to look
after work of every staff just two weeks before Jackson’s re-joining.
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