Organisational Behaviour - P1 Influence of Culture

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 influence of culture, power and politics.................................................................................1TASK 2............................................................................................................................................3P2. Motivational theory ..............................................................................................................3TASK 3............................................................................................................................................5P3. Different types and factors of Effective Team......................................................................5TASK 4............................................................................................................................................7P4 Path goal theory and barriers in effective performance.........................................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONOrganisational behaviour refers to predicting, understanding and influencing behaviour ofemployees in an organisation. It is all about how individuals act and behave in the organization.It involves two main elements which are – nature of employees and the firm in which they areworking(Coccia, 2014) established on 18 October 1922 which is a commercial company hasbeen considered. Impact of culture, power and politics on individuals is mentioned above. Alongwith this, motivational theories are also discussed here. Different teams and ways to motivatethem are explained in this report. Further, how path goal theory influences employees, theirperformance and different barriers in effective performance are all mentioned in this report.TASK 1P1 Influence of organisation culture, power and politicsOrganisation culture:- Organisation culture refers to company's concepts and beliefswhich creates an organisation's psychological and cultural environment. Culture of a companyhas important role in success of a business. There is strong impact of strong culture on membersof organisation and by introducing clear beliefs and values it creates committed individuals.Weak culture leads to resentment and unproductive employees. In an organisation- culture refersto the internal environment and employees humour which is operated deliberately orunintentionally by management. Organisation culture is determined as the process through whichorganisations compare and relate their work with other organisations and external world. Itinvolves an organisation's sociology, values and psychology. In BBC Handy's typology ofculture is applied which is mentioned under.Handy's typologyRole culture:-In role culture organisations have assumptions that there are rationalindividuals and their roles can be determined and released through clear understanding ofprocedures. The employees are assigned responsibilities by determining their interests andqualifications (Dickens, L. ed., 2012) . In this report BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation). InBBC role culture will encourage works to perform challenging tasks.Task culture:-Task culture is found in different organisations where managementconcentrates more on solving managerial problems. In this type of culture task forces, working1

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