Organisation and Behaviour - Glaxo Smith Kline

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ORGANISATION AND BEHAVIOUR
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................31.1................................................................................................................................................31.2................................................................................................................................................41.3................................................................................................................................................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................52.1................................................................................................................................................52.2................................................................................................................................................62.3................................................................................................................................................7TASK 3............................................................................................................................................83.1................................................................................................................................................83.2................................................................................................................................................83.3...............................................................................................................................................9TASK 4.........................................................................................................................................104.1.............................................................................................................................................104.2..............................................................................................................................................104.3..............................................................................................................................................11CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONOrganization behaviour refers to how people react at different situation in the company. Itis very important to study the action of the employeesit have very large impact at the functionalareas of the company, managers has to pay attention and measure on all the activities of everyindividuals as how they behave within the group and communicate with other team members.Further, to know the interest of staff members is also crucial as it will help the firm in assigningthe tasks to them. Thus to achieve the goals and targets of the company it is very important tounderstand the behaviour of the every individual in the firm (Cummings and Worley, 2014).In relation to the above topic, the organization involved in the current report is GlaxoSmith Kline plc (GSK), which is a leading healthcare company in UK which produces differenttypes of medicines. The company is majorly focusing on the environment of the workplace sothat employees become comfortable and the efficiency of the firm increases. Further, this reportmainly focuses on determining the factors which highly influence the behaviour of the individualat workplace. Further, different types and importance of implementing motivational theories isdiscussed efficiently.TASK 11.1The structure of an organization encompasses its culture, leadership and internal and wellas external environment. Further, each firm has its own organizational structure and culture to befollowed at the workplace. It mainly defines as the layout of the company’s hierarchy and chainof command (Pinder, 2014).GSK has flat structure in the organization. In this there are few levels of authority withwide span of control. As there are less levels the communication becomes easy among themanager and the employees. Further, one manager is responsible for many staff members sothere is less leadership. In this employees have greater responsibility to complete their work in anefficient manner (DuBrin, 2013). In this decision making process becomes difficult as there aremany levels involved in the hierarchy. GSK has task culture in the organization. In this teams areformulated in the company to address different projects and problems.Pharma LEO use to follow very huge structure in their firm, there are various level in thehierarchy structure, and because of that there aremany managers and each have its small span of
control (TYPES OF STRUCTURE. 2016). As there are many levels the communication processbecomes difficult. Moreover, the decision making process becomes easier as there is little spanof control. In this role culture is followed at the workplace. In this the company determinesseveral rules and regulations for the employees. Everyone has to perform the task considering therules set by the company (Pieterse and et.al., 2010).1.2Relationship which is among the structure and the culture have the high impact on theirperformance which is done by the firm. If they want to succeed what they had targeted then it isvery essential to be harmonious abstraction in between the organisation's culture and structure. Ifthe company want their employies to perform well then organisation has to create an effectiveculture over there, values and beliefs of all the employees has to be taken in care, and itmust beconsidered so as to motivate and make them comfortable. As the company cannot be run withoutstaff member, this tends to formulate a formal structure under which they can perform their task.In this flat structure involved make sure that proper leadership and motivation is provided to theemployees so as to increase their efficiency (Walumbwa and et.al., 2011). As every person hasits own attitude, perception and behaviour, it becomes crucial for the manager to understandproperly and help them to attain the objectives of the company. They adopt discrimination act inthe firm which ensuresthat every individual working in firm should be treated equally, this mayhelp in motivating the people who are working over their which have the direct contact on totheir day to day performance in the company. The structure of a organisation help in assisting thepromotion of the performance of all the individual.1.3Every individual have different perceptive towards the company. Further there are severalother factors which can influenced by employees some are explained below:Personal factor-It is the attitude, abilities, belief and skills of a person has seen whichwould make great influence on the behaviours of all the employees working over their.Itis an essential factor which helps in knowing about how one person will react on thevarious situation occurs in the firm(Sharpe, 2012). Manager of a firm has to know andmake understand about the attitude of all the individuals working over their so that theycan aid them in doing their work in appropriate manner.
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