Organizational Behavior Analysis on Auditing Division Analytical Essay by Nicky

An in-depth analysis of the organizational behavior of an audit team, the Audit Division of Administration.
# 146451 | 4,300 words | 20 sources | APA | 2010 | US
Published on Dec 27, 2010 in Business (Human Resources)


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Description:

The paper introduces the concept of organizational behavior and describes the Audit Division of Administration and its tasks. The paper provides a comprehensive analysis in terms of the issues affecting the division, the impacts the division generates and the forces which inhibit or facilitate its progress onto three levels - individual, group and organization. Finally, the paper offers recommendations and solutions to resolve the identified issues.

Outline:
Executive Summary
Organizational Behavior
Case Summary
Analysis
Recommendations and Solutions

From the Paper:

"Stephen P Robbins and Tim A Judge (2008) state that the field of organizational behavior is applicable at three levels: the individual, the group and third, the organization. In terms of the individual, an OB analysis will focus on attitudes and on-the-job satisfaction, personal values and characteristics, emotions, decision making perceptions or motivational forces. Secondly, in terms of the group, the organizational behavior concept refers to features such as leadership, communication, team work, power and politics or conflict management and negotiation. Finally, in terms of the overall organization, the OB issues revolve around the organizational structure and culture, as well as the implemented policies and practices relative to the human resource."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Allison, M.T., 1999, Organizational Barriers to Diversity in the Workplace, Journal of Leisure Research, Vol. 31
  • Borkowski, N., 2008, Organizational Behavior, Theory and Design in Health Care, 1st Edition, Jones & Bartlett Publishers
  • Borland, J., Hirscgberg, J., Lye, J., 1998, Earnings of Public Sector and Private Sector Employees in Australia: Is There a Difference? Economic Record, Vol. 74
  • Durant, R.F., Warber, A.L., 2003, Networking in the Shadow of Hierarchy: Public Policy, the Administrative Presidency and the Neoadmnistrative State, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 31
  • Dvir, T., Eden, D., Avolio, B.J., 2002, Impact of Transformational Leadership on Follower Development and Performance: A Field Experiment, Academy of Management Journal, pp. 735-744

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