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Organizational Behaviour of Unilever : Report

   

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 Different factors having influence on behaviour of team and their results.......................1P2 Content and process theories of motivation and motivational techniques........................3TASK 3............................................................................................................................................5P3 Formation of effective team compared to an ineffective team..........................................5TASK 4............................................................................................................................................9P4 Application concepts and philosophies of organisational behaviour ...............................9CONCLUSION .....................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................12
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INTRODUCTIONOrganisational behaviour is a concept through which it is analysed that how peopleinteract with one another at work place. It is an effective tool that helps in developing a betterwork place as under this various approaches are utilised which can contribute in managing thework force and establishing higher level of skilled working surroundings. Study of an individualand team is done so that accordingly planning evaluation of performances of each can be donewhich is very much important to take the various required corrective actions (Ashkanasy andHumphrey, 2011). It can also be refereed as a part of management activities as similar toadministration role under this concept also individual behaviour is influenced so that the work isdone in the desired manner. As, an organisation is a place where people from different backgrounds work together itis important that coordination among them is maintained so that they can do full utilisation of theprovided resources. Unilever is a Dutch – British company company which is operating indifferent brands consumer goods. It has covered a great part of market and is known forproviding effective services. A number of employees are working under this brand and it isnecessary for them to implement the principle of organisation behaviour so that effectiveness atwork place is maintained. In the following report it will be discussed that what are the keyfactors that influence the behaviour of an individual and team along with the different associatedconcepts.TASK 1P1 Different factors having influence on behaviour of team and their resultsIn an organisation a particular culture, politics and power is practice which has its directimpact on the employees working at the same place. In order to understand the effect which eachhave on the group members and their performances is given below:Influence of culture – For Unilever or any other organisation culture refers to the values,construction of structure ad the philosophy on which an organisation works. In general terms itdefines how an individual has to behave and carry out his work while he is working at the workplace (Bachmann and Inkpen, 2011). Depending upon the nature and type of business culture iscreated so that the organisation goals and objectives can be achieved. It is due to the fact that inorder to get work completed in a particular manner it is important that a common culture is1
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established so that similarity and a set pattern is established at work place. As per the needculture is further divided under different heads like:Power Culture – it is the concept in which authority is given to selected employees ofthe given organisation and they ensure discipline and control of employees workingunder them. They responsible fr taking various crucial judgements and influence thegroup of people to work according to them (Chiang and Hsieh, 2012). If the individualsat power practice their duties with close monitoring than it will have impact on the groupmembers. Their working skills will be improved and hence the end result or performanceby them will be more effective they will work under the pressure that close eye is kept ontheir work for which they are responsible. Role culture – As per this the duties and role performed by different individuals is set bythe top management to its group members of that their is no confusion with what isexpected out of employees working at different designations. It helps in evaluating thewastage time and removes concussion from the organisation regarding who is responsiblefor what. It has direct impact on the team members as they than realise their importancein the company and work with more motivation.Influence of politicsAll those practices and actions which are connected with the government officeinterference come under this sort of influence. Organisational politics – It refers to the system which is responsible for setting the goalsand objectives in the given organisation. By implementing different concepts the abilityof work force is raised so that more output is received from the same resource(Organisational Behaviour, 2016.). The top management has the power in their hand tomodify the current code of conduct for which the work force is influenced so that theycan adopt to change and do not resists modifications. It has high influence on theperformance of various individuals as it is not necessary that everyone in the organisationaccepts the change with same spirit and hence their quality of performance may decline. Personal change – Any internal change at the work place may also have high impact onthe actual work done by various employees. Change at this level assist in taking variousdecisions in the refereed organisation. 2
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