However, it should also be noted that one concept in nature of a person can summarize all of the concepts considered and this is motivated behavior.
I believe that having managers and decision makers understand the concept of motivated behavior can already grasp the whole idea of organizational behavior. Motivated behavior emphasizes the need of employees to be valued, desire for involvement, perception, and their individual differences. If managers take into account that each employee needs to be motivated, they are also considering how to understand the whole individual in order to install an efficient motivation technique.
Dell, Inc. has been regarded as the largest manufacturer of personal computers in terms of revenue and unit sales. This business organization has been very successful in the information technology industry which it attributes to its ability to strategically align its human resource to its specific goals and objectives. Dell capitalized on its lean staff and low level of hierarchy which is can be characterized under the systems model of organizational behavior.
Like a systems model of organization, facilitator roles are carried out by managers which stresses the importance of the employees. It should be noted that Dell practices employee empowerment in order to communicate its trust and confidence in the workforce. In contrast to the typical assembly line, Dell builds productive and cohesive work teams in the manufacture of its various products. The company also conducts regular training and workshops in order to further the strengths and competencies of its human resource. This effort shows the company's concern in the growth and development of its employees as well as its way of ensuring that its workforce which will help the organization further its thrust for profitability and operational success. Dell is also identified with having instilled the email culture in order to facilitate efficient communication among employees and managers.
QUESTION #3: Describe a situation in which you experienced role conflict or role ambiguity. What caused it How are the two ideas related, and how are they different
I have experienced role ambiguity in my position as a vice president for finance in one of the universities in the organization. Most of the certain tasks which I should undertake are specified in the organization's constitutions. However, as there is no clear organizational structure which defines who should be in charge in overseeing and evaluating the performance of each of the vice presidents. Thus, role ambiguity happens when the vice president of marketing has been asked to help raise funds for our council project through concerts, she complains that I am stepping over her authority.
Role conflicts and role ambiguities are common in business organizations which do not have a specific organizational structure and job description for each position. Role conflict occurs when there are "different