Management and Organizational Behavior

One central value of organizational behavior is that it isolates important aspects of the manager’s job and offers specific perspectives on the human side of management: people as organizations, people as resources, and people as people.

Organizational behavior is not a defined business function or area of responsibility similar to finance or marketing. Rather, an understanding of OB provides a set of insights and tools that all managers can use to carry out their jobs more effectively. The managerial context of OB can viewed from the perspective of basic management functions, critical management skills, and overall human resource management. Managers apply the basic functions across resources to advance the organization toward its goals.
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