Organizational Behavior - Samsung

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ORGANISATIONALBEHAVIOUR
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1: Impact of organisational culture, political and power on an individual behaviour and teamperformance............................................................................................................................1TASK 2............................................................................................................................................4P2 Content and process theory of motivation impact on effective achievement of goals andtargets.....................................................................................................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................8P3 Formulation of an effective team as opposed to an ineffective team................................8CONCLUSION:.............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONIn every organization, diverse culture or different unit of the employee are workingtogether to achieve common objectives or goals. It is a duty of managers to divide the workamong the employees as per their competence or skills. In to the any seniors the success of theorganization relied on the business performance as well as individual behaviour. Samsungorganisation is good example to understand the importance of organizational culture, the impactof individual behaviour and performance. The company founded by Lee Byung Chul in year1988. All the association need to understand the value of effective teams which is alwayssupported in the accomplishment of targets, therefore the content and process theories play a leadrole to gain the desired results (Wong, Wong and Ngo, 2012).TASK 1P1: Impact of organisational culture, political and power on an individual behaviour and teamperformanceOrganizational culture incorporate all the expectations, knowledge, philosophy and moralethics or values all these hold together, and represent its self-image, inner working, behaviourtowardIn organization multiple cultures are seeing which quite related to business activities, hence themanagers or authority of an association to take into account so that they help in accomplishing ofall goals and objective in an appropriate and effective manners. The four major cultures is relatedto commonly work in association, and act as positive platforms on its operations and a targetaccomplishment:Power culture:This concept focused on the power which is in the centre and highlyconcentrated on less number of the person because of the consent of each and every person istaking the place from, the centre. It is easier to swift the decision in comparison of imposing therules and regulations on the individual (Nyberg and et. al., 2011).Role culture:Role culture provides the specific set of roles and tasks of each worker thatleads to reducing the confusion and redundancies and is often used in large organizations. Therole culture highlights the lots of stability, certainty, the continuity every individual have tofellow their design of work properly.Task Culture:Through this culture, the organization puts all the values, ethics andbehaviours into employee’s mind which create the environment so every worker tends to join1
together with others and set the common goals and objectives to achieve. Its culture in whichemployees work together towards the success of mutually agreed projects. Task culture mainlyshows in teamwork and group efforts the as it allows several or more people to works as a teamhence the decisions are made quickly and ideas are put forward easily. The collaborative effortsof a team results in achievements of common projects and tasks in an effective and efficient.Person culture:With the proper training, expert knowledge and background experiencepeople believes they superior.In this culture, each group of individual lies power and in wheresuch personnel are the centre people the of working and association (Kazemipour and MohdAmin, 2012).In Samsung organisation, the culture strength business is highly based on a large numberof innovations and effective development of employees. Through task culture, the team isdivided properly and varieties of tasks and projects are specified to all the team members. Taskculture facilitates to their team members to become more confident in their tasks and properlyfinish their set of targets or objectives in productively manner. On individual this act as positiveand moral results and influences on both single person and team members’ performance. This isthe major reason of Samsung success.Politics in workplace is including the powers and authority in human interactionbehaviour and consider as subject to assess operational limits and stable the diverse view ofinterest parties. With the help of this power performance of both individual and team can beenhancing by keep in mind the considerable changes. When authority think modification isnecessary then this process is considering. Importance modifications which are connected withthe organization are as below:Personal change:When person changes or make alteration in their attitudes, behaviourtowards the work it directly effects on the organisation activity or performances. Ifcompany modify in plans or policies the results also shown in person attitude or workefficiency as well as.Organizational change:It includes the modification changes in policies of businessOrganizational change involved the alteration in structure which also influences theaccountability (Burnard and Bhamra, 2011).Decision change:Most of company changes the decisions making process when oneproposal take place and authority consider some alteration required for better results.2
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