OB Operational Definition
September 14, 2003
"Organizational Behavior is the study of individuals and groups in organizations." (Schermerhorn, Jr., Hunt, & Osborn. p.3). All the organizations have certain kinds of behavior that they adapt to. Like the definition suggests, behavior in an organization is based on how individuals in certain aspects of a business act in different aspects. These aspects can be communicating with fellow employees, culture of an organization, the way an organization is set technologically and many more aspects.
Organizational behavior, two words, each has its own meaning and putting them together should result in a new meaning. Trying to define what organizational behavior starts by understanding and defining each one alone.
"An organization is a consciously coordinated social unit, composed of two or more people that functions on a relatively continuous basis to achieve a common goal or set of goals" (Robbins, page 6). An organization as a word can be applied for many things and it implies structure and order. But in the business meaning, it can be a company, a department or a group of people working together for common goals. It includes the responsibilities and the rights of everyone and the procedures of work, the clients and the products. So the elements that define the organization can be its persons, goals, products and customers in addition to its suppliers.
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