Organizational Behavior

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How can a person’s perception of others impact an organization’s behavior?

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    Your question is too broad to be reasonably answered.

    One person in an organization of 2,000 has neglible impact on that organization. Of course, if that person is the CEO, then the organization might be influenced.

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