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Organizational behaviour

Hofstede Model of Cultural Dimensions

The main part of Prof. Geert Hofstede’s study or Model of Cultural Dimensions is “how values in the workplace are influenced by culture.” From 1967 to 1973 Prof. Hofsted collected and analyzed data base of employees value scores. Actually this data was collected by IBM from more than 70 countries. The total number of countries was divided

Attitude Definition & Meaning

The post mainly focus on Attitude Definition & Meaning with suitable example. The term attitude comes under various streams for example Psychology, Management, Organisational Behavior, Human Resource management/planning etc. Attitude Definition A predisposition or a tendency to respond positively or negatively towards a certain idea, object, person, or situation. Attitude influences an individual’s choice of

Maslow’s need hierarchy theory of motivation

Maslow’s need hierarchy theory of motivation is the one of the simplest Theory on motivation and this theory is used Widely. This theory was developed by Abraham Harold Maslow. Maslow’s need hierarchy theory  mainly emphasis on: —-Human beings are full of needs and wants. And these needs will lead to their behaviour. Unsatisfied need can influence the behaviour

Herzberg’s two factor theory of motivation

Herzberg’s two factor theory of motivation is the another well known theory for motivation. Frederickk Herzberg’s a Psychologist developed this theory which is also mentioned as Dual Factor Theory, Hygiene Theory Etc… This theory is developed during 1950’s. The theory was designed on the basis of a research conducted by him Herzberg conducted a survey

Selective perception theory

Selective perception theory serves as the basis for the effectiveness of placebos. It is based on the idea that humans will act based on the beliefs they have, even if the beliefs are false. This theory is an important part of Organizational Behavior. Meaning of Selective Perception Selective perception means in case any event happens

Social Cognitive Framework in Organisational Behaviour

The Social Cognitive Theory is a framework which will give a base to understand the human behaviour. The social cognitive Framework  in Organisational Behaviour states that the person and the external situations are interdependence with each other along with the behaviour itself to determine the behaviour.  It means that along with cognitive and external situation the

Behaviouristic Framework of Organizational Behaviour

Pioneer behaviourists Ivan Pavlov and Jon B. Watson insist that it is advisable and fruitful to the study the behaviour of the human being which is visible than studying the mind which is elusive in nature. The concept of Behavioristic Framework of Organisational Behaviour can be clearly explained with the help of Stimulus and respond. Stimulus

Cognitive Framework of Organizational Behaviour

Cognition means the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses. As per cognitive framework of organizational behaviour, before the behaviour of a person cognition starts and giving input to the thinking, perception and problem solving of the person. This framework is based o the concept of Expectancy, demand