hi guys
i am pursuing phd on the topic human behaviour. i just wanted to know whether it will be usefull as regard to career. and i also in little dillema whether Organizational behaviour is different from human behaviour or both are same
18th November 2010 From India, Delhi
Human behavior is inherent in each individual which means his characteristics, his way of behaving and thinking are his own features while organizational behavior is a group or company culture unique of each own felt and done.
18th November 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Organiational behaviour looks at the individual behaviour, then moves to group behaviour, progressively to the organization behaviour, which you can also call the organization culture. It requires skills to understand how the organization and its members affect each other. Areas include frameworks for diagnosing and resolving problems in organizational settings. Human behaviour, call it individual behaviour is a sub-set of organization behaviour.
9th February 2011 From Kenya, Nairobi
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