Bureaucratic and Organizational Behavior Assignment

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Research Design 1RESEARCH DESIGN: BUREAUCRATIC AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORStudent by (Name)Professor’s (Name)CollegeCourseDate
Research Design 2RESEARCH DESIGN: BUREAUCRATIC AND ORGANIZATIONALBEHAVIORIntroduction The studies by Naranjo-Valencia, Jiménez-Jiménez and Sanz-Valle (2016) and (Handy2011) suggest that bureaucracy has brought a lot of changes in world of politics and business.However the content of this research examines bureaucracy in relation to the generalcharacteristics behavior of the individual in a given organization. The bureaucracy has affectedthe general behavior of employees within various organization. According to the book by Wilson(1989) on bureaucracy, the type of the organization structure employed by an organization haseffect on the behavior of the employees. When the access time to information within theorganization is prolonged through procedure then the general change in behavior in terms of jobperformance and other tasks within the company may occur (Mehta 2009). The generalperformance of workers within an organization is affected by a number of things such as: thesalary payments, promotions and the time or procedure that is taken to access the important toolsor the information in an organization within that given period of time. In psychology, the Maslow's theory states that in any given setup, a person is first getssatisfied through the basic human wants before the last stage of self-actualization. According thistheory this human behavior always come step by step within the lifetime of any person. Thus forany organization the workers would be pleased if all the steps of life are not characterized bylong procedures before the actual realization of the human wants within that given organization.However, in some organizations, the procedure of access to the information may have a positive
Research Design 3or negative impact on an individual’s (Handy 2011). The various researcher has conductedstudies to identify the importance and effect of bureaucracy. For example, in large organizations,the bureaucracy is significant compared to the small organization since it is a means of reducingthe congestion and time consumption for the service of the customers. A good organizationshould one that satisfies all its workers and the clients in all sectors of its operation. Otherscholars have also researched on negative and positive impacts the bureaucracy regarding servicedelivery, the organizational growth, workers performance, and other stakeholders workdevelopment, the spirit of favorable competitions with other organizations among different topicor study themes. However, there is a limited number of scholars who have given attention to the effect ofthe type of management and employees behavior. The content of this research, therefore, looksat bureaucracy and organizational behavior such as innovativeness. Bureaucracy is theprocedural process that is followed by a group or organization to achieve the intended objectiveof that given organization. It can either impart the negative or positive response to thestakeholders within that given organization depending on its strength and how it is perceivedwithin the same setup. The research would require the personal experiences of the individualswithin the given organization since this will contribute to the significant primary data and thefindings of the study. The content of this paper organized to investigate the effect of bureaucracyon the organizational behavior and how developed behavior arising from bureaucracy. I proposeto use qualitative research where interviews will be conducted in various companies across allthe departments.2. Literature Review and Theoretical Background
Research Design 4A lot of work has been put forward by multiple scholars explaining the aspect ofbureaucracy about organizational behavior primarily in the United States. The paper is thereforebased on a research work assessing or evaluating the entire gamut of the regulatory processesand decision making criteria and the administrative control over the whole levels of theseorganizational settings. In this context, I forged my perspective based on these two strands: thesystematic classification of corporate culture and the interface of development performanceabout bureaucracy.2.1.The Typology or the Systematic Classification of Organizational CultureThere is a tremendous belief in the world that, organizational culture influences variousaspects of performance. According to Weber an organization can either be political, economic,social or even religious, whose contributions to human are several and notable. In this regard,(Elizabeth Kummerow and Neil Kirby, 2014), gives an evaluation on what is needed to developand establish measures for an organizational culture that is feasible and also able to access thebeliefs, values and the behavior of organization n at its thickest. However, learning and itimpacts it remains a commonsense, rather than a scientific aspect of any organizational set up(Handy 2011). The two scholars were trying to objectively show that the corporate culture, has apredictive relationship safety in decision-making processes and that, the very culture improvesthis safety in any organization and establishes a typology predictive of safety performance anddecision making (Fernandez and Moldogaziev 2015).In the past two decades, culture has made a better part of a studyto comprehend orhaving the necessary insights about the organizational environment. In the United States, variouscontexts are examined and assessed for the view of understanding the both the historical and thesociological variables in the context of today’s organizations. According to other scholars,

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