Assignment on Organisational Behaviour of Tesco

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................3P1 Analyse how an organisation’s culture, politics and power influence individual and teambehaviour and performance.........................................................................................................3P2 Content and process theories of motivation...........................................................................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................8P3 Explain what makes an effective team as opposed to an ineffective team............................8P4. Apply concepts and philosophies of organisational behaviour...........................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONOrganisation is a structure of group of people who are performed for accomplishing theorganisation goals and objective through efforts. Other, Organisational behaviour can be definedby human behaviours in terms of a company's culture, power and value. From this conceptcompany is able to find the interrelationship employees share wit each others and with theirsubordinates. The main motive behind the study of organisational behaviour is to identifying thehuman behaviours within the organisation and the influence of it on performance of theorganisation. In this report the work organisational behaviour and culture is discussed of Tesco,which is multinational groceries and general merchandise retailer, founded in 1919. Moreover, inthis report which culture, power and politics is followed by management of Tesco is discussed.Along with different types of power and the theories of motivation is discussed which helpcompany to develop their growth.TASK 1P1 Analyse how an organisation’s culture, politics and power influence individual and teambehaviour and performance.Organisational cultureis explained as the values and behaviour that helps to contributetowards social and psychological environment of an organisation. In any of the organisation, thesuccess is directly depended on its culture(Osland, Devine and Turner, 2015).If any of theorganisation have favourable culture, then there will be huge chances that goal and objective canbe achieved easily but if organisation will not have suitable culture then it will not be easy tosustain within the market. While talking about TESCO, their employee's will have direct impactof the organisation as it will help to influence them. The benefit of this culture is that it will givethe opportunity to develop the better communication system within the organisation. It evengives the accurate idea to employee's that how they are required to work within the company andwhat they are required to achieve. Organisational culture can by understood in detail with thehelp of Handy's culture model.Handy’s culture modelIt is the theory of which was develop by Charles Handy in 1932 which expain s aboutfour different types of culture that is needed to be applied within the company.
Power culture:It is the type of culture where power is delegated only to some of theimportant member of an organisation. The senior and most experience member ofTESCO enjoys this position. Here, all of his subordinate has to work as per the ordersgiven by the authorised person of a company.Task culture:In this type of culture, number of teams are formed for the purpose ofachieving the target of an organisation(Moore and et. al., 2012).The main benefit of thisculture is that different expertise are given the responsibility to manage the work ofdifferent team or department. In context of TESCO, their team members are required towork in the best possible manner just to achieve the organisational goal.Person culture:Here, organisation distribute the power to their employee's so achievethe organisational goals and target. In this culture, the employee's of TESCO will givemore importance to themselves just for the purpose of earning maximum amount ofmoney and even they will not try to connect with company and their work.Role culture:In this types of culture, TESCO will be required to distribute roles andresponsibility to each and every member as per their qualification and skills andcapabilities in order to achieve the goals of an organisation.Powerthis explained as the ability of an individual or even the team just for the purposeof achieving the goals of an organisation. There are several types of power which can be usefulwithin the organisation like TESCO just achieve their organisational goals. Below, there is thedetail explantation about the different types of power.Coercive Power:Under this power, team or individual are required to do any of the taskforcefully in which they don't any sort of interest. This types of power can create negativeatmosphere within the organisation which can create problem in achieving theorganisational targets.Reward power:In this types of power, it is necessary for any of the organisation thatthey must try to give rewards and appraisal to team or individual for the work which theyhave performed(Bolino and et. al., 2013).This will help to motive to improve theirperformance through which organisation can be easily accomplished.Legitimate Power:This is the power which is totally based on formaldocuments wheresubordinate are required to perform their task as per the orders given by the superiorperson of the company.
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