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Managing individual and group behavior in organizations

by Daniel C. Feldman

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organizational behavior.,
  • Management.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    Other titlesMcGraw-Hill series in management
    StatementDaniel C. Feldman, Hugh J. Arnold.
    SeriesMcGraw-Hill series in management
    ContributionsArnold, Hugh J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD58.7 .F44 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 613 p. :
    Number of Pages613
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3497166M
    ISBN 100070203865
    LC Control Number82017245

    Individual behavior in organization Human behavior is complex and every individual is different from another, the challenge of an effective organization is in successfully matching the task, the manager and the subordinate. Under ideal situation, a manager would first analyze the task, then determine the required skills. The book presents articles on organizational behavior foundations, individual behavior in organizations, as well as group behavior in organizations. The text also includes articles on organizational design, job design, and the effects of job stress on performance.

    Managing Individual and Group Behavior in Organizations, par Daniel C. Feldman et Hugh J. Arnold, McCrowill-Hill Series in Management, Toronto, , pp., ISBN An article from journal Relations industrielles (Vol Number 3, , pp. ), on : Laurent Bélanger. Catalogue Managing individual and group behavior in organizations Managing individual and group behavior in organizations. Feldman, Daniel C; Arnold, Hugh J. Book. English. Published New York; London: McGraw-Hill, c Rate this 1/5 .

    From managing individuals and understanding group dynamics to managing conflict and initiating change, organizational behavior affects everyone in a firm. This course will cover five major OB areas including managing individuals, managing groups, power and politics, conflict management, and organizational change. study of group behavior in organizations, particularly in formal and complex organizations. Some of the areas within organizational beha vior that have received valuable input from HASNORAFZAN BT Author: Adina Ann.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Feldman, Daniel C. Managing individual and group behavior in organizations. New York: McGraw-Hill, © Managing People and Organizations CHAPTER 3 Motivation CHAPTER 4 Work-Related Attitudes Organizational behavior is defined as the actions and attitudes behavior.

For example, we can study individual behavior (such as the behavior of a company’s CEO or of one of its employees) without explicitly considering the organization.

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Daniel C. Feldman, Hugh J. Arnold. McGraw-Hill, - Business & Economics - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Managing individual and group behavior in organizations McGraw-Hill series in management: Authors: Daniel C.

Feldman. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Managing individual and group behavior in organizations by Daniel C. Feldman,McGraw-Hill edition, in EnglishPages: Managing individual and group behavior in organizations book the basis of this analysis of group processes in work organizations, we can identify several actions managers can take in order to help groups to be more effective.

Increased Managerial Awareness. To begin, managers can make themselves more aware of the nature of groups and the functions groups perform for individuals. Customization. Organizational Behavior is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International (CC BY) license, which means that you can distribute, remix, and build upon the content, as long as you provide attribution to OpenStax and its content contributors.

Because our books are openly licensed, you are free to use the entire book or pick and choose the sections. Individual versus Group Incentives Companies usually have choices among various compensation plans and must make decisions about which is most effective for its situation.

Incentive systems in organizations are usually divided into two categories on the basis of whether the unit of analysis—and the recipient of the reward—is the individual.

On the basis of this analysis of group processes in work organizations, we can identify several actions managers can take in order to help groups to be more effective. Increased Managerial Awareness.

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Gardner, Jon L. Pierce, Richard Steers. Get this from a library. Managing behavior in organizations. [Jerald Greenberg] -- This edition of the text provides concise coverage of the subject, including individual and group exercises. It also includes new chapters on culture, creativity and innovations, and technology.

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Health organizations are comprised of highly credentialed professionals who function under considerable scrutiny within many prescribed guidelines. The challenge of managing in this environment is great with the basis of any level of effectiveness coming from an understanding of individual, group, and organization behavior.

Furthermore, groups can suffer from groupthink. Finally, group decision making takes more time compared to individual decision making, because all members need to discuss their thoughts regarding different alternatives.

Thus, whether an individual or a group decision is preferable will depend on the specifics of the situation. This book is about people at work. Organizations come in many shapes and sizes. Organizational behavior is the systematic study and application of knowledge about how individuals and groups act within the organizations where they work.

OB matters for your career, and successful companies tend to employ effective OB practices. Of course, group behavior needs to be inculcated in organizations for the simple reason that employees must conform to the rules and regulations that govern organizations.

Hence, there is a need for uniformity and consistency in the way organizational group behavior has to be molded. Towards this end, groupthink and group behavior must be. Part Two: INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR. Chapter 3: Psychological Processes in Organizations: Personality, Perception, and Learning.

Chapter 4: Coping with Organizational Life: Emotions and Stress. Chapter 5: Work-Related Attitudes: Prejudice, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment.

Chapter 6: What Motivates People to Work. Part Three: GROUP Price: $ This book does an excellent job of providing an overview of the major topics associated with organizational behavior. Given the comprehensive nature of the book, it could potentially be a relevant resource in a variety of classes/topics related to communication, group dynamics, organizational leadership, and others/5(11).

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For courses in Organizational Behavior and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. This concise Organizational Behavior text covers all of the key topics in just 14 chapters, providing a succinct guide about pages shorter than comprehensive texts to understanding organizational behavior, its current theories and their value to modern organizational practices.

This unique text thoroughly explores the topic of organizational behavior using a strengths-based, action-oriented approach with a strong emphasis on creativity, innovation, and the global society. By focusing on the interactions among individuals, groups, and organizations this text illustrates how organizational behavior topics fit together.This OpenStax resource aligns to introductory courses in Organizational Behavior.

The text presents the theory, concepts, and applications with particular emphasis on the impact that individuals and groups can have on organizational performance and culture.

An array of recurring features engages students in entrepreneurial thinking, managing change, using .Theories of Group and Teamwork. What you’ll learn to do: Describe the study and theories of group and teamwork In his book General and Industrial Management, he talked about those functions: Organizations that forego an all-individual reward system and remove other cultural barriers are more likely to see their teams succeed.