The analysis includes all the traditional and contemporary theories of motivation and leadership which includes the Maslow's Hierarchy and Goal Setting theory etc. this section considers all the variables; dependent and independent and see their impact on the performance of the organization. The book further discusses the change process and the process of negotiation and conflict. The book also covers the entire topic of communication; its types, the channels of communication etc.
The next section of the report is Organizational analysis where taking the concepts mentioned in the previous section the analysis of Dutch Organization Shell is done. Some real life examples of Shell are also discussed so as to get a practical aspect of what happens in the real world.
This report is about the practical implementation of the concepts of organizational behavior. The organization that is taken for the purpose of analysis is Shell Global. Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies and their aim is to meet the energy requirements in ways that are economical and environment friendly.
The reason that Shell Global is chosen for the purpose of analysis is that the company values their employees considering them a huge asset for the organization. They respect the human rights and strive to provide them with safe and comfortable working conditions. They take steps so as to promote the talent of their employees and provide them proper channels to report their concerns.
The book selected for the purpose of analysis and literature review is "Organizational Behavior, 12th Edition, Stephen P. Robbins and Timothy A. Judge". This book briefly explains all the theories that are applied to a work place (Robbins & Judge, 2004).
The book starts with the disciplines that are contributing to organizational behavior. These include psychology, social psychology, sociology and anthropology. These disciplines contribute different theories like motivational theories, leadership theories, behavioral change, comparative values, organizational culture and organizational environment. The book proceeds with the challenges of organizational behavior which includes increase in globalization and improvement of quality and production and managing the work stress in the environment.
The dependent variables in an organization include productivity, absenteeism and turnover however the individual level variables include perception, motivation and individual learning. These all variables make the organizational behavior model.
The foundation of individual behavior includes the ability of the individual which include the intellectual abilities and the physical abilities of the individual. The next key step is to identify the key biographical characteristics of the individual which includes the age, gender, race and tenure. The individual behavior also includes the learning capabilities of the people; the learning theories include the classical learning theory, operant conditioning and social learning. In order to motivate the employees a combination of these theories are employed.
The main components of the attitude of an individual include the cognitive part which is the evaluation part, the affective part which is