"As we enter the twenty-first century, the environment in which organizations operate is increasingly turbulent, rocked by forces such as globalization and rapid technology change." Social and demographic forces have dramatically changed the make-up of today's workforce, which is now the most educated and ethnically diverse in history, in history, in addition to having the greatest representation of people. These development are profoundly affecting the way in which organizations structure themselves just as they are influencing individuals' attitudes to and expectations of both organizations and work. Organizational behavior is compatible with careers in consulting, human resource, and organization”.
This book is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the study of Organizational Behavior, its process and challenges. It is basically students-oriented textbook as it satisfies the requirement of students for an exhaustive exposure to the principle and practices of management.
To become successful managers, students need exposure to practicalities, this book contains certain exampleas cases that has been chosen from a broad spectrum of organization to illustrate major concepts and help students apply the knowledge.
The book has been especially written for Third Semester B.Com, students of Davangere University. The language of the book is simple and the coverage of various chapter is exhaustive with examples. This work is prepared as a basic material for the learners to know fully about management and forms of organizations.
Unit – 1 Organisational Behaviour
Unit – 2 Individual Behaviour
Unit – 3 Group Dynamics
Unit – 4 Organisation Culture & Conflict
Unit – 5 Organisational Change