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Our Vision: We inspire and enable a better world through our scholarship and teaching about management and organizations. Our Mission: To build a vibrant and supportive community of scholars by markedly expanding opportunities to connect and explore ideas. This is a€?Organizational Behaviora€?, chapter 1 from the book An Introduction to Organizational Behavior (v. This content was accessible as of December 29, 2012, and it was downloaded then by Andy Schmitz in an effort to preserve the availability of this book. PDF copies of this book were generated using Prince, a great tool for making PDFs out of HTML and CSS. For more information on the source of this book, or why it is available for free, please see the project's home page. helps people like you help teachers fund their classroom projects, from art supplies to books to calculators. The traditional textbook publishing model no longer serves the interests of students, educators, and authors.
In 2007, two textbook publishing industry veterans, Jeff Shelstad and Eric Frank, started Unnamed Publisher, a privately held company, to be a new and disruptive model for the college textbook market.
Shelstad and Frank previously served as the editorial director and the marketing director, respectively, at Prentice Hall, a major U.S. Asked why he started FWK, Shelstad said, a€?I was convinced the college textbook publishing industry model was broken.a€? He added, a€?When more and more students are running from your core product, you have a problem. Further changes occurred in late 2012, when the company announced it would no longer offer free online access to its textbooks.
Only time will tell if the $30 million invested in FWK by 2012 will result in the establishment of a new titan in textbook publishing or will be an entrepreneurial miss. How might the extensive textbook industry experience that the Unnamed Publisher founders possess help or hinder the companya€™s ultimate success or failure? If you were one of the Unnamed Publisher founders, how would you prioritize how you spent your time in the first weeks on the job after getting the venture capital funding?
Steve Jobs is known for developing innovative products by hiring the right people for the job and fostering a culture of hard work and creativity.
Mary Kay Ash, founder of Mary Kay Inc., a billion-dollar cosmetics company, makes a similar point, saying, a€?People are definitely a companya€™s greatest asset. Throughout this book, when we refer to organizations, we will include examples that may apply to diverse organizations such as publicly held, for-profit organizations like Google and American Airlines, privately owned businesses such as S. Together, we will examine people at work both as individuals and within work groups and how they impact and are impacted by the organizations where they work. Organizational behavior (OB)The systematic study and application of knowledge about how individuals and groups act within the organizations where they work. In the rest of this chapter, we will build on how you can use this book by adding tools to your OB Toolbox in each section of the book as well as assessing your own learning style. Education and training have financial payoffs as illustrated by these unemployment and earnings for workers 25 and older.
Tom Peters is a management expert who talks about the concept of individuals thinking of themselves as a brand to be managed.
A key step in building your OB skills and filling your toolbox is to learn the language of OB. Please answer the following 10 questions by noting whether you believe the sentence is true or false. The first 5 minutes of a negotiation are just a warm-up to the actual negotiation and dona€™t matter much. If you pay someone to do a task they routinely enjoy, theya€™ll do it even more often in the future. In order to maximize your learning in this course and in any learning situation, ita€™s important to understand what type of learner you are.
Now that you have established which type of learner you are, leta€™s go through some recommendations for your style. While individuals tend to have a dominant, or primary, learning style, being able to adapt to different learning situations is a big plus, so anytime you get a chance to learn in a new way, grab it. Try out a few of the suggestions for your learning style over the next week and see how they work.
Now that youa€™ve learned more about your own learning style, are there some things you might consider doing to expand on your other styles?
OB researchers have many tools they use to discover how individuals, groups, and organizations behave. Researchers may even use a handheld device to randomly or systematically survey participants about key aspects of their day to get a more dynamic view. Regardless of the method you choose to collect your information, the next step is to look at the average of the responses to the questions and see how the responses stack up.
OB researchers are often interested in basic research questions such as a€?Can we show that goal setting increases performance on a simple task?a€? This is how research on goal setting started, and it is also how we can establish the conditions under which it works more or less effectively.
Another important thing to understand is the difference between reliabilityThe consistency of measurement. Finally, much of management research addresses correlationsMeasures the strength of the relationship between two variables.
OB researchers test hypotheses using different methods such as surveys, field studies, case studies, and meta-analyses.
There are many trends within the workplace and around the globe that have and will continue to affect the workplace and your career.
Studies suggest that fostering engagement, a concept related to passion, in employees has a significant impact on the corporate bottom line. Engaged employees are those who are performing at the top of their abilities and happy about it.
Job satisfaction studies in the United States routinely show job satisfaction ratings of 50%a€“60%. A consequence of greater connectivity is the potential for more worka€“family spillover and conflict. Technology has transformed the way work gets done and has created many great opportunities. Thomas Friedmana€™s book The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century makes the point that the Internet has a€?flatteneda€? the world and created an environment in which there is a more level playing field in terms of access to information.
There are few barriers to information today, which has created huge opportunities around the globe.
The Millennial Generation (which includes those born between 1980 and 2000) differs from previous generations in terms of technology and multitasking as a way of life.
A shamrock organization includes an equal number of regular employees, temporary employees, and consultants and contractors. OutsourcingAn organization asking an outside organization to perform functions that could have been performed by itself. Trends include ethical challenges, rapid technological change, a flattening world, sustainable business practices, demographic trends, and the global marketplace. Do you think the sustainability movement in business is a trend thata€™s here to stay or a business fad?
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Traditional business textbook publishers carry a portfolio of 5 to 10 titles per subject and charge premium prices for new textbooks, an average of $1,000 in textbooks for a college studenta€™s first year, according to a recent General Accounting Office (GAO) report. For example, many leading business school textbooks sell in the college bookstore or on various Internet sites for $150 or more. As evidenced in the opening case, we will share many examples of people making their workplaces work. We understand that the career path you will take may include a variety of different organizations. Before we can understand these three levels of organizational behavior, we need to agree on a definition of organizational behavior.
A distinction is made in OB regarding which level of the organization is being studied at any given time. A recent survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) asked employers which skills are the most important for them when evaluating job candidates, and OB topics topped the list.NACE 2007 Job Outlook Survey.
In addition, it is important to understand the research methods used to define OB, so we will also review those.
Our goal in writing this book is to create something useful for you to use now and as you progress through your career.
This doesna€™t mean you should get and use every new gadget that comes out on the market, but it does mean you need to keep up on what the new technologies are and how they may affect you and the business you are in.
The first step is to get a journal or create a computer file where you can add new entries on a regular basis. Here are some learning recommendations.Adapted from recommendations by Jennifer Yeh at San Francisco State University.
For example, for an auditory learner, saying the answers aloud when using flash cards helps to solidify concepts.
The more you practice, the better you will become at learning to process information in different ways. Researchers have working hypothesesTentative guesses or hunches for an expected observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested.
But this still wouldna€™t really answer the question your boss asked, which is whether using goal setting would help employees be more effective on the job. Again, to address this, researchers may conduct a lab studyResearch conducted under controlled conditions and may include observation, interviews, surveys, or experiments. Reliability refers to consistency of the measurement while validity refers to the underlying truth of the measurement. Now that you have one in mind, which method do you think would be most effective in helping you test your hypothesis? Ita€™s easy to think about ethics as something big that you either have or dona€™t have, but the reality is that ethical decisions are made or not made each and every day.
Thinking about how you would feel if the decisions you are making at work showed up on the front page of your local newspaper can help you avoid engaging in questionable behavior. Seeing others engage in unethical behavior is the start of a slippery slope when it comes to ethics.

Situations in which there are a€?havesa€? and a€?have notsa€? are breeding grounds of unethical behavior. If you ask those around you if they see any situations that are challenging ethical behavior, you can uncover some seriously risky situations and avoid them.
Gallup, for instance, has been on the forefront of measuring the impact of what is called employee engagement. According to statistics that Gallup has drawn from 300,000 companies in its database, 75%a€“80% of employees are either a€?disengageda€? or a€?actively disengaged.a€?Gallup Press. But one recent study by Harris Interactive of nearly 8,000 American workers went a step further.Zinkewicz, P.
The nexus of increasing personal computing power, the Internet, as well as nanotechnology are allowing things to be created that werena€™t even imaginable 50 years ago.
This access to information has led to an increase in innovation, as knowledge can be shared instantly across time zones and cultures.
Marc Andreessen, cofounder of Netscape Communications Corporation, notes, a€?Today, the most profound thing to me is the fact that a 14-year-old in Romania or Bangalore or the Soviet Union or Vietnam has all the information, all the tools, all the software easily available to apply knowledge however they want.a€?Friedman, T. More recently, the concept of the triple bottom lineEvaluating organizations against three performance criteria including economic, social, and environmental viability.
Over the next 30 years, 76 million baby boomers will retire, but there will only be 46 million new workers from Generations X and Y entering the labor force. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook 2006a€“2007 edition.
Having never known anything different, this population has technology embedded in their lives.
Can Stock Photo has the royalty free illustration, line art drawing, EPS vector graphic, or stock clipart icon that you need. You may also download a PDF copy of this book (24 MB) or just this chapter (630 KB), suitable for printing or most e-readers, or a .zip file containing this book's HTML files (for use in a web browser offline). And authors, the major, initial source of value in the industry, are increasingly confused by faster revision demands and their compensation for those revisions.
They resigned from Prentice Hall in January 2007 with plans to start a higher education publishing business together.
People can make work an exciting, fun, and productive place to be, or they can make it a routine, boring, and ineffective place where everyone dreads to go. In addition, we know that each student reading this book has a unique set of personal and work-related experiences, capabilities, and career goals. For example, when we review topics such as personality and motivation, we will again review studies from the field of psychology. There are three key levels of analysisIn OB, includes examining the individual, the group, and the organization.
Finally, you will see what challenges and opportunities businesses are facing and how OB can help overcome these challenges. This doesna€™t mean that having 200 connections on MySpace, LinkedIn, or Facebook makes you more effective than someone who has 50, but it does mean that getting to know people is a good thing in ways you cana€™t even imagine now.
Once you recognize these concepts in real-world events and understand that you have choices in how you will react, you can better manage yourself and others. It can be a more objective way to view trends in your thoughts and emotions so you are not simply relying on your memory of past events, which can be inaccurate. As we noted earlier, OB is the systematic study and application of knowledge about how individuals and groups act within the organizations where they work. Organizational behavior is the systematic study and application of knowledge about how individuals and groups act within the organizations where they work. For example, if you notice that you retain more information by reading and seeing diagrams and flow charts, you may be a visual learnerOne who processes information most effectively by looking at words and diagrams.. Case writers typically employ a systematic approach to gathering data and explaining an event or situation in great detail. This analysis is based on taking observed correlations from multiple studies, weighting them by the number of observations in each study, and finding out if, overall, the effect holds or not.
We will highlight some of these trends along with the challenges and opportunities they present for students of organizational behavior.
Enron Corp., AIG, Tyco International, WorldCom, and Halliburton Energy Services have all been examples of what can be described in terms ranging from poor judgment to outright illegal behavior. Consider the decisions you are making and how they are consistent or inconsistent with how you would like to be seen by others.
Employee engagementA person who is fully involved in and enthusiastic about their work is engaged.
It has also created intense competition, as the speed of business is growing faster and faster all the time.
Environmentally Neutral Design (END) has designed a shoe that reduces the amount of material needed so it costs less to produce and is the lightest performance shoe on the market.
In addition, they value teamwork, feedback, and challenging work that allows them to develop new skills. Outsourcing refers to having someone outside the formal ongoing organization doing work previously handled in-house. Understanding organizational behavior will help you anticipate and adapt to these changes as a lifelong learner. Our designers and illustrators provide royalty free stock images, clip art, clipart graphics, and pictures for as little as 1 dollar. FWK earns revenues by selling students the digital textbooks in alternate formats, print and audio initially, and also by selling highly efficient and mobile study aids.
During the first several months, they met with many students, professors, authors, advisors, and potential angel investors. So they search frantically for substitutes, and the Internet has made the availability and pricing of substitutes very obvious.a€? In its first term (fall of 2009), FWK had 40,000 students using its textbooks. For instance, an instructor who adopted an early FWK text, Principles of Management, noted, a€?I highly recommend this book as a primary textbook fora€¦business majors.
Getting along with others, getting a great job, lowering your stress level, making more effective decisions, and working effectively within a teama€¦these are all great things, and OB addresses them! Well, we know that organizations that value their employees are more profitable than those that do not.Huselid, M.
An effective tool you can start today is journalingThe process of writing out thoughts and emotions on a regular basis., which helps you chart your progress as you learn new skills. Simply getting your thoughts and ideas down has been shown to have health benefits as well such as lowering the writera€™s blood pressure, heart rate, and decreasing stress levels. Experts say at least 10 minutes a day is needed to see benefits, with 20 minutes being ideal. OB matters for your career, and successful companies tend to employ effective OB practices. If you primarily learn by listening to others such as in lectures, conversations, and videos, you may be an auditory learnerOne who processes information most effectively by listening or talking.. And for the kinesthetic learner, the act of creating and organizing flash cards helps the concepts stick. Based on these ideas, they set out to understand the relationships among different variablesEntities that can take on different values.. There are survey field studies like the one above, but more compelling evidence comes from field studies that employ an experimental designA study having a group that receives a treatment and a comparison group that receives no treatment.. The benefits of case studies are that they provide rich information for drawing conclusions about the circumstances and people involved in the topics studied.
For example, it would be inaccurate to assume that because 99% of the people who died this year also drank water, consuming water kills people.
The immediate response by government has been the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which went into effect in 2002.
Gordon Moore, a cofounder of Intel Corp., shocked the world in 1975 with what is now termed Moorea€™s Law, which states that computing power doubles every 2 years. In his book Wikinomics, Don Tapscott notes that mass collaboration has changed the way work gets done, how products are created, and the ability of people to work together without ever meeting. Those subscribing to the triple bottom line believe that beyond economic viability, businesses need to perform well socially and environmentally.
If you are in this generation or know those who are, you know there is an expectation of immediate interaction.Oblinger, D. Despite the fact that professors have rated the academic quality of FWK textbooks as equal to or higher than that of textbooks from traditional publishers, the cost to students is a fraction of current market prices due to the efficiencies of the FWK business model. This steadily continued to rise as faculty discovered the low-priced alternative that combined quality and affordability for their students.
The overall context is quite appropriate and the search capability within the context is useful. For example, we will not be addressing childhood development in this coursea€”that concept is often covered in psychologya€”but we might draw on research about twins raised apart to understand whether job attitudes are affected by genetics.
In the chapter relating to decision making, you will come across the influence of economics. As you progress, you may discover some OB tools that are particularly relevant to you while others are not as appropriate at the moment. It is not surprising that, on average, the greater the level of education you have, the more money you will make. It is easy to think we understand something if it makes sense, but research on decision making shows that this can easily lead to faulty conclusions because our memories fail us. The OB Toolboxes throughout this book are useful in increasing your OB skills now and in the future. Finally, if you have a preference for actually doing things and learning from trial and error, you may be a kinesthetic learnerOne who processes information most effectively by actively engaging with the material..
There are a number of different research methods that researchers use, and we will discuss a few of these below.
An example of an open-ended question that could be used to address your managera€™s question would be to ask employees how they feel about goal setting in relation to productivity, then summarize your findings. Here you would assign half the employees at your company to the goal setting condition and the other half to the control groupA group that does not receive any experimental manipulation so it can be compared to a treatment group. One of the most important concepts to understand with lab studies is that they give the researcher a great deal of control over the environment they are studying but do so in a less a€?realistica€? way, since they are not studying real employees in real work settings. The downside is that it is sometimes difficult to generalizeThe likelihood that findings in a given study would be found in another setting or study. Research shows that, looking across 300 studies, the relationship is moderately strong.Judge, T. If you had a scale that gave you the same weight three times, we would say that was a very reliable scale. Yet many people claim their product caused a positive outcome when, in fact, the data do not support their claim any more than the water example. This act consists of 11 different requirements aimed at greater accountability, which companies must comply with in terms of financial reporting. An engaged employee is a person who is fully involved in and enthusiastic about their work.Employee engagement. This explains why a 4-year-old computer can barely keep up with the latest video game you have purchased.

While some organizations have embraced the concepts underlying the triple bottom line, businesses are also undergoing a great deal of a€?greenwashing,a€? which refers to the marketing of products or processes as green to gain customers without truly engaging in sustainable business practices. OffshoringRefers to some or all of a business process being moved from one country to another country. Moreover, with FWKa€™s platform, instructors who adopt FWK books for their classes are able to pick and choose the material provided to their students, even if it is from earlier versions of textbooks that have since been revised. As of January 2013, FWK has published more than 100 books, with faculty customers at more than 2000 institutions in 44 countries. Ita€™s about the people you have, how youa€™re led, and how much you get it.a€?Kirkpatrick, D. When we study power and influence in organizations, we borrow heavily from political sciences.
For example, if I want to understand my bossa€™s personality, I would be examining the individual level of analysis.
Write your thoughts down clearly and specifically while also conveying your emotions in your writing. The emotionally intelligent manager: How to develop and use the four key emotional skills of leadership. We tend to notice certain things and ignore others, and the specific manner in which information is framed can affect the choices we make.
If you are unaware of what your primary learning style is, take a moment to diagnose it at the Web site listed below.
Imagine that your manager has asked you to find out if setting goals will help to make the employees at your company more productive. This might work if you have a small organization, but open-ended surveys can be time consuming to summarize and hard to interpret at a glance.
For example, in a lab study, a researcher could simulate hiring and firing employees to see if firing some employees affected the goal-setting behavior of the remaining employees. But, if it turns out the weights given are in kilograms instead of pounds, it would not be a valid measure if you charge for delivery by the pound.
As computers get faster, new software is written to capitalize on the increased computing power. Sustainable business practicesPractices that meet the current needs of businesses without compromising the needs of future generations. This type of feedback led the FWK design squad to improve its custom Web interface, so that instructors can more easily change the book.
You will see examples from Fortune 500 organizations such as Intel Corporation or Home Depot Inc., as well as small start-up organizations. Even medical science contributes to the field of organizational behavior, particularly to the study of stress and its effects on individuals. If we want to know about how my managera€™s personality affects my team, I am examining things at the team level.
The impact of human resource management practices on turnover, productivity, and corporate financial performance. You can always go back and pick up tools later on if they dona€™t seem applicable right now. After you have been writing for at least a week, go back and examine what you have written.
Therefore, it is important to rule out alternative explanations one by one rather than to assume we know about human behavior just because we are humans!
We will cover the different ways you could use research methods to answer this question, impress your boss, and hopefully get a promotion.
You could get more specific by asking employees a series of close-ended questions in which you supply the response key, such as a rating of 1 to 5. The control group wouldna€™t get any information on goal setting but the treatment groupA group that receives experimental manipulation.
While this wouldna€™t be legal or ethical to do in a real organization, it could be a compelling lab study. When you have only one observation it is called a datumThe term that refers to a single observation..
The consulting firm BlessingWhite offers this description of engagement and its value: a€?Engaged employees are not just committed.
Keep in mind that some of the small organizations of today may become large organizations in the future. But, if I want to understand how my organizationa€™s culture affects my bossa€™s behavior, I would be interested in the organizational level of analysis. At the same time, however, firing someone in a lab setting does not necessarily carry the same consequences as it would in real life. When you use the word dataThe term used to describe multiple observations and is always plural (as if you were using the word numbers)., it refers to multiple observations, so it is always plural. It is now possible to send and receive e-mails or text messages with your coworkers and customers regardless of where in the world you are. Of course, information by itself is not as important as having the right information at the right time. The challenge is to reconcile the accountability that publicly owned firms have in generating wealth for their shareholders while attending to the triple bottom line. The convergence of the aging workforce and accessible technology: The implications for commerce, business, and policy (Microsoft white paper).
A survey of software developers revealed that 94% outsource project work, and when they offshore, the work most frequently goes to India, Singapore, Russia, and China.McGee, M. In order to succeed in this type of career situation, individuals need to be armed with the tools necessary to be lifelong learners.
If you found that the treatment group was more effective than the control group, you could tell your boss that goal setting works. They have a line-of-sight on their own future and on the organizationa€™s mission and goals. Over 100 million adults in the United States use e-mail regularly (at least once a day)Taylor, C.
A major challenge for individuals in the flattened world is learning how to evaluate the quality of the information they find. On the other hand, organizations also have an opportunity to leverage a proactive stance toward innovative processes that can result in even greater profits for their products. The challenge for organizational behavior is to keep individuals from different generations communicating effectively and managing people across generational lines despite different values placed on teamwork, organizational rewards, worka€“life balance, and desired levels of instruction.
This became a sore point with investors in early 2009 when Jobs took a medical leave of absence. So, this book will not be about giving you all the answers to every situation you may encounter when you start your first job or as you continue up the career ladder.
They are a€?enthuseda€™ and a€?in geara€™ using their talents and discretionary effort to make a difference in their employera€™s quest for sustainable business success.a€?BlessingWhite. For example, sales of the Toyota Prius, which combines combustion engine efficiency with hybrid electric technology, have been dramatic and have helped propel Toyota to record market share and profits. Many wonder if Apple will be as successful without him at the helm, and Apple stock plunged upon worries about his health.Parloff, R. Instead, this book will give you the vocabulary, framework, and critical thinking skills necessary for you to diagnose situations, ask tough questions, evaluate the answers you receive, and act in an effective and ethical manner regardless of situational characteristics.
The following OB Toolbox includes several ideas for being effective in keeping up your skill set.
The challenge is to continue to think about business ethics on a day-to-day basis and institute cultures that support ethical decision making.
Aging workforces can create great opportunities for industries such as health care, but it can also mean great challenges lie ahead as entire industries related to basic infrastructure face massive retirement projections.
Over time, you will also be able to track changes in yourself, which can be motivating as well. The opportunity for organizations to be on the forefront of ethical thinking and actions is wide open. Wal-Mart hired Adam Werbach, the former president of the Sierra Club, to help train 1.3 million North American Wal-Mart employees about sustainability. For example, everything from air traffic controllers to truck drivers are predicted to be in huge demand as thousands of retiring workers leave these industries at roughly the same time.Ewart, H.
This is useful information because for years people had thought that the relationship did not exist, but when all the studies to date were examined together, the original beliefs about the satisfactiona€“performance relationship deteriorated. Wal-Mart has also been pressuring suppliers to produce compact fluorescent lightbulbs with less mercury and has slashed the resources needed in packaging by requiring all suppliers to make packages smaller.Fetterman, W. Regardless of the size or type of organization you may work for, people are the common denominator of how work is accomplished within organizations. The advantage of meta-analysis is that it gives a more definitive answer to a question than a single study ever could. The downside is that meta-analysis is only possible if sufficient research has been done on the topic in question. Microsoft has been expanding their use of employees in Canada for a variety of reasons such as closer proximity to Microsofta€™s headquarters in Seattle, Washington, as well as similarity of language and time zones. Across industries, more than 80% of boards of directors in the United States have considered offshore outsourcing.Diana, A. Technology has also brought a great deal of challenges to individuals and organizations alike. To combat the overuse of e-mail, companies such as Intel have instituted a€?no e-mail Fridays,a€? in which all communication is done via other communication channels. Charles Handy, author of The Age of Paradox, coined the term shamrock organization, which is an organization comprising one-third regular employees, one-third temporary employees, and one-third consultants and contractors.
In the future, increasing interdependence between businesses, governmental agencies, and NGOs is bound to effect change throughout the economy.Campbell, J. The darker side of the changing trend in organization composition revolves around potential unemployment issues as companies move toward a shamrock layout. For example, every Whole Foods store has an open compensation policy in which salaries (including bonuses) are listed for all employees. Fortunately, this shift also presents an opportunity for organizations to staff more flexibly and for employees to consider the tradeoffs between consistent, full-time work within a single organization versus the changing nature of work as a temporary employee, contract worker, or consultanta€”especially while developing a career in a new industry, in which increased exposure to various organizations can help an individual get up to speed in a short amount of time.
There is also a salary cap that limits the maximum cash compensation paid to anyone in the organization, such as a CEO, in a given year to 19 times the companywide annual average salary of all full-time employees.
The challenge for organizational behavior is managing teams consisting of different nationalities separated not only by culture and language but also in time and space. Research shows that organizations that are considered healthier and more effective have strong OB characteristics throughout them such as role clarity, information sharing, and performance feedback. Unfortunately, research shows that most organizations are unhealthy, with 50% of respondents saying that their organizations do not engage in effective OB practices.Aguirre, D.

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