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Unit 12 Organizational Behaviour : Assignment

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Unit 12Organizational BehaviourStudent Name:Georgeta Melia BirzanStudent ID:116421
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Table of ContentsSection A.........................................................................................................................................4Introduction..................................................................................................................................4Overview of British Petroleum....................................................................................................4Culture, politics, power, and motivation of British Petroleum....................................................4Behavioural motivation theories and techniques.........................................................................5Various organizational cultures and adopted motivational theories of BP..................................6Impacts of mentioned theories in behaviours of BP....................................................................7Conclusion...................................................................................................................................8Section B..........................................................................................................................................9Introduction..................................................................................................................................91.1 Benefits of working in a team................................................................................................91.2 A mix of knowledge, skills, and experience necessity to fill the functions of theorganization..................................................................................................................................91.3 Some reasons for an ineffective team set up........................................................................102. Team and group development theories of BP, and Evaluation of developing team..............103. Application and Evaluation of Organization Behaviour inform and influence behaviour interms of BP.................................................................................................................................124. Performance analysis of BP...................................................................................................14Conclusion.................................................................................................................................15Reference.......................................................................................................................................163
Section AIntroductionThe task is about British Petroleum's organizational behaviour. Organizational behaviouranalysis covers fields of study devoted to enhancing work performance, increasing jobsatisfaction, encouraging creativity, and promoting leadership. Each has its prescribed actions,such as reorganizing classes, adjusting mechanisms of rewards, or altering performance appraisaltechniques. This segment discusses an overview of cultural, political, and power impact of otherpeople's actions in a corporate sense and assesses how individuals and teams can be driven toaccomplish a goal in terms of BP.Overview of British PetroleumThe British Petrol Corporation has its offices in London, UK and is a British multinational oiland gas company (bp.com, 2020). The business operates vertically in all fields of the petroleumand gas industry, including exploration and development, manufacturing, marketing, and sales ofenergy and power. BP's 2011-2019 number of workers. As of 31 December 2019, BP had about70,100 staff. Since 2012, when BP has 86,400 workers, the number of employees has declineddramatically. There are around 18,700 stations in the business around the world. BP America isthe main branch in the US.Culture, politics, power, and motivation of British PetroleumCulture:The cultural importance of BP is its fundamental values. They concentrate on theinvention and intent of the people. It is a successful thingand BP's main concern. Everythingtheydo depends on the welfare of their workers and the communities around them. They areobsessed with safe environmental protection. They devote themselves to safely providing theearth with electricity (bp.com, 2020). The culture in which they work is valued. It starts withlaws and regulations being complied with. They uphold the highest level of integrity and act in amanner that wins others' respect. They focus on and value each other's connections and peoplewith whom they work (Gravinaet al.,2018). They respect people's individuality and thinking.They are obsessed with the consequences for the people around them in their choices, big andsmall (bp.com, 2020). They are in risky practices and are dedicated to success by conducting4
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