How has learning about Organizational Behavior given you a better understanding of organizations in your community? Has what you have learned about Organizational Behavior increased your interest in a future leadership or management role? Would you now feel more comfortable taking on a management position, at this point? Just wnat to hear how you feel about this topic.
organizational theory and behavior - Ms. Sue, Monday, April 14, 2008 at 2:57pm
This sounds like a fascinating class.
I'm anxious to read how it has given YOU a better understanding of YOUR community's organizations. Do YOU still want to be in a leadership or management role? Are YOU comfortable taking a management position now?
organizational theory and behavior - deshaun, Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 5:57pm
Learning about Organizational Behavior it has given me a better understanding of how to effectively manage my relationships with my co-workers, managers, clients and customers. In addition, I can be knowledgeable, well-informed, professional, to make decisions that reflect best information regarding effective practice. Organizational Behavior it has given me a better understanding of how an organization functions and how supervisors, and managers’ deal with different personalities in countless situations. I currently know and realize what it takes to organize my business.
organizational theory and behavior - Lamar, Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 4:30pm
Details: You will be a member of the newly-formed project staff team. This team will need to realize process gains within its first three months. You want to help, not hinder, the team's progress, so you decide to do some research upfront. You bring up your challenge at your managerial networking meeting. You pose the following questions to the group.
What kind of work group is the project staff team - task force, command group, or friendship group?
What characteristics of the team are likely to contribute to the goal of process gains within the next three months?
What are some sources of potential process losses?
You don't just listen, you also participate. Go to the Small Group Discussion Board and post your ideas on each of these questions. Respond to at least one other posting.
You've benefited from your group's discussion and you also have time to read an article or two. You still want to run your ideas by your mentor, so draft an APA formatted document that will address each of the following elements.
How did the discussion change, alter or enhance your conception of effective work groups?
Identify elements of group effectiveness that you may be able to influence.
Think about how you would increase the probability of process gains within your project staff team.
Your mentor likes it when you support your position with information from your readings.
organizational theory and behavior - charles, Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 1:23am
• Identify elements of group effectiveness that you may be able to influence.