What Are The Goals Of Organizational Behavior?


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Ellie Hoe answered

The goal of organizational behavior is to equip the business graduates with the knowledge and knowhow of how individuals and the teams work in an organization to achieve organizational objectives. The concepts includes in Organizational Behavior let the managers analyze the various motivations of individuals in the organization and allows them to cater with all kinds of behaviors to be expected by the individuals. For example, a new employee's motivation can be training and career advancement rather than the increase in salary. Therefore managers should understand the individuals in the organization so that they can meet the needs of their internal customers (employees) and increase their job satisfaction. Organizational Behavior provides various theories and techniques to maximize the performance of individuals in work group setting. It helps them to predict the contingency situations and provides them the techniques to cope up with the organizational issues.
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Anonymous answered
To impart the  employee skills.
It helps to change organization structure and culture.

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