In order to bring forth this book, the authors focused on the real-world problems of the manager/ organisation and on the emerging management/organisation tools by which these problems can be dealt effectively. This book is devoted to the needs of practicing managers as well as to those individuals who aspire to become managers. With organizational challenges in mind, this book has been designed around the current managerial /organizational practices and concepts. This book explore in depth the current issues that frame the workplace environment awareness, globalization, entrepreneurship, culture diversity and quality, the reasons for studying organizational behaviour and examine the interconnectedness of working and human relationships. The book titled as “Organisational Behaviour” is intended to primarily meet the requirements of the students of B.Com (H) CBCS Semester V Paper BCH-5.4 DSE B.Com: Semester–VI Paper: BC-6.2 (e) DSE. This book is designed to meet the requirements of both of the students for B.Com (H) and B.Com students. I hope that this book will meet the requirements of the students of B.Com(H), B.Com, Bachelor of Business Administration(BBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA., and other similar professional management courses. This book has been designed also by keeping in mind the future requirements of LOCF courses designed by the University of Delhi for B.Com (H)Vth Semester BCH:53.(b)/B.Com, VI semester BC:6.2(d); and incorporate all those changes which is core of LOCF courses. Under the latest syllabus , several new topics such as Determinants, challenges and opportunities of OB, Organizational Behaviour Models, Type A and B, Big Five personality types, Terminal value and Instrumental Value, Learning theories, and reinforcement, Perceptual process, Emotional Intelligence, Transactional Analysis, Johari Window, Ken Thomas' Intrinsic Motivation theory, Transactional, Charismatic, and Transformational Leadership, and prevention and management of stress, etc have been emphasized and elaborated with examples . Besides the inclusion of these topics, several other topics have been given comprehensive coverage in the context of current business environment. The present volume include logical sequence of concepts and topics, up-to-date information about the topic covered, comprehensive treatment of the subject-matter, easy language and lucid style. The structure of the textual matter is based on a comprehensive model of organisation practices and processes.
This book Useful for BBA,MBA Student.
Unit I: Introduction
Unit II: Individual Behaviour
Unit III: Group Decision Making and Communication
Unit IV: Motivation
Unit V: Leadership, Power and Conflict
Unit VI: Dynamics of Organisational Behaviour