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Organizational behavior, also known as OB, is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within a company for the purpose of applying such acknowledge toward organization effectiveness. OB is about everyday people who want to enjoy every moment of their life, whether it is at work, at school or in every day society. Organizational behavior helps improve the performance of people, workplace, and the quality of the work overall. The goal of organizational behavior is to integrate the insights of diversity, discipline and applied them to real world problems and open opportunities.
Organizational culture is a system of shared meaning within the internal environment of a business atmosphere. Organizations have uniform cultures which are dominant and subcultures. Dominant cultures are shared by large portions of the organization. Subcultures are mini groups defined by designation and separation. Valuing diversity is the part of OB. Managers who stick with how to make diversity work develop a comfortable place to work. Organizational culture increases the behavior consistency and acts as a substitute for formalization. Culture help define the boundaries between one another as well as convey identity for its members. Culture can also be used as a liability to create barriers for change, diversity, merges, and acquisitions. When creating ethics for organizational culture there has to be a development for high tolerance for risk, low to moderate in aggressiveness, and focus on means as well as outcomes. Managers have to keep diversity alive by being a role model, provide ethical training, and communication seminars.
Communication is the process through which information is moved and exchanged through the organization. There are several different types of communication, face to face meetings, e-mails, instant messaging, written...