Organisational Behaviour - P1 Impact of Company Power

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Table Of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................2TASK 1............................................................................................................................................2P1 Impact of company power, politics and culture on team and individual performance &behaviour......................................................................................................................................2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................5P2 Motivation theories and techniques for effective achievement of goals................................5TASK 3............................................................................................................................................8P3 Attributes that make an effective team as opposed to an ineffective team.............................8TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................10P4 Implementation of philosophies and concepts related to organisational behaviour.............10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................13REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................141
INTRODUCTIONOrganisational behaviour is ascrutinyof the ways in which people interact within groupsat workplace. It’s a strategic approach which is applied to assess the behaviour of workers.Although, theories of organisational behaviour are used for human resources in order tomaximise output level. Organisational behaviour is heavily influenced by several other socialsciences viz. psychology, sociology and anthropology. It draws a rich array of research fromthese disciplines (Andersson, Jackson. and Russell, 2013). The present assignment is based uponA David & Company Ltd. Which deals in production and distribution of fruit. The firm offersfull range of fresh fruit, vegetables, exotic Produce, ready prepared products, and bakery itemsand delivered on a daily basis to hotels, restaurants, contract caterers, schools, nursing homes,and government contracts. Also, this report describes the effect of organisational power,government and cultural upon individuals and team behaviour. There will also discuss contentand process theories of motivation which helps in attaining company’s goals and objectives.Furthermore, role team effectiveness will also define later.TASK 1P1 Impact of company power, politics and culture on team and individual performance &behaviourIt is fundamental task of management to coordinate all functions and activities thus to attainfirm’s goals and objectives. The term organisational behaviour implies to identify humanbehaviour in organisational settings. It is assumed that employees’ attitude or behaviour plays avital role in growth and enlargement of business associations. Although, the prime goal of OB isto rejuvenate organisational model and generate a better conceptualisation in organisation’s lifecycle.In a business associations’ numerous kind of people are worked thus to get them togethermanagement is required to provide them training and development assistance. In this sense,diverse parameters must be outlined to perform a business in effective and efficient manner.Value, cultural, power, politics etc. really affects future outcomes of a corporation (Avey,Palanski. and Walumbwa, 2011). A David & Co Ltd. Was founded in 1962 with an aim toproviding great food products and customer services to people. The firm offers truly eclecticrange of fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy items, fine fruits and much more. Company is having acertificates from 123 suppliers which ensure the standards of quality, safety and operational2
criteria whilst guarantee that the manufacture fulfil their legal obligations and provide protectionfor the end consumer. The business associationhighly consider value, behaviour andmorale of employees thus to manage an effective organisational cultural; italso outlined certain factors, i.e. power and politics at workplace.CULTURECulture InfluenceA David and Co Ltd. is a medium size business organisation having a turnover of £10Mto £20M; the firm delivers its product and service in various countries. In order to managecultural diversity, management has focused on identifying buyers and society behaviour. Theconcept of organisational culture is the climate and practices that organisations develop aroundtheir handling of people, or to the promoted values and statement of beliefs of an organisation.Although, cultural gives an association a sense of identity and determines, through theorganisation’s legends, rituals, beliefs, meanings, values, norms and language, the way in which‘things are done around here’. Therefore, it encapsulates what it has been good at and what hasworked in the past. These practices can often be accepted without question by long-servingmembers of an organisation. In order to manage organisational cultural in proper mannermanagement is required to provide training and development assistance to all employees as theycan interact with each other; it leads to render a positive working environment as well (Bolinoand et. al., 2013).For better understanding of organisational cultural, Handy’s cultural typology can beadopted by A David and Co Ltd., on the ground of understanding individuals’ behaviour.Task cultural – It forms while teams within an organisation are developed in order todemonstrate particular problems and statements. Although, project tasks are important sothat power within teams will often shift to team members.Role cultural – This type of organisational cultural relies upon roles and they ae highlycontrolled by management. In role cultural, everyone knows their duties andresponsibilities. Although, power in role cultural defined by an individual’s position.Power cultural – Here, power is seized by only few people and they are the people whoallows to take necessary business decisions. A power cultural is an effective and strongcultural though it can swiftly turn toxic.3
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