Organisational Behaviour

What is Organisational Behaviour ?

“Best practices in corporate governance can only emerge when informed by an established set of business principles and a defined approach towards organisational behaviour”, says a management consultant. Most organizations have realized the importance of a code of behavioral norms for enhancing their productivity.

Do you have what it takes to be successful in the world of workplace strategy? From the smallest enterprise to the largest corporation, organisations are created and designed by people to fulfill human objectives.  Organisational Behaviour, Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, lay down the basics for understanding organisations and people in work settings. It is thus the study of the performance of individuals and groups in different structures and cultures within the workplace.

Organisational behaviour is the study of what people think, feel and do in and around organisations. It explores individual emotions and behavior, team dynamics and the systems and structures of organisations. Employee engagement or involvement also contributes actively to the work culture of a company / organization. Organisational behaviour seeks to provide an understanding of the factors necessary for managers...

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