HRMT 33111 Organizational Behaviour

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This concept paper talks about the Attitude and its structure in terms of basic meaning of Attitude, its accessibility and different structure models for Attitude. Firstly it describes ABC model of attitudes which comprises affect, behavior, and cognition. On the basis of this model, it elaborates individual differences in attitude structure and the accessibility of the affective and cognitive components of attitude and how accessibility of their affective and cognitive responses differ with strongly versus weekly structured model. Present paper illustrates self monitoring, Attitude importance and effect of these factors on attitude accessibility. Apart from the ABC model attitudes are categorized on basis of conscious and unconscious cognition, which are termed as Implicit and explicit attitudes. The sources of implicit attitudes are described here and difference of both these attitudes is discussed in terms of self-presentational distortions, affective experiences, cultural biases, and cognitive consistency principles. The bipolarity as well as duality of attitude structure are described here to study the almost each aspect of attitude structure. Representation of attitudes within memory are discussed here in terms of knowledge function of attitude, besides this other functions of attitude and their explicabilities are described here for better understanding of Attitude

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One of the dynamics of transformational change which the study sought to establish within the offender correctional environment was the notion of resistance to change, which forms part of the human dimension of transformational change. This paper presents empirical evidence gathered from the Correctional Centres of the South African Department of Correctional Services in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal on resistance-to-change behavior displayed by the employees of Correctional Services, namely Correctional Officials regarding the fundamental culture change from the punishment-oriented philosophy to the rehabilitation-driven philosophy in terms of the treatment of sentenced offenders (herein referred to as DCS change). Inadequate empirical evidence on the significant role that the human elements and dynamics play in the success or failure of transformational change efforts has motivated the authors to embark on an empirical study which sought to establish whether the paradigm shift from the punitive approach to the rehabilitative approach within the offender correctional environment in South Africa was characterised by the resistance-to-change behavior on the part of correctional officials. The study was significant, particularly if one considers the fact that organisational change scholars (though there are still few who have researched on the subject) have put forward an argument that the high failure rate in the implementation of transformational change interventions is attributed to the neglect of the human factor during the planning and implementation phases of the transformational change management process. Change and transformation strategists, change and transformation implementers, change and transformation agents, change and transformation recipients, organisation development practitioners, and managers in general in both the public and private sector globally and in South Africa in particular will benefit from the study, particular if one considers the fact that transformational change interventions are currently being implemented across the South African public service as part of the government’s agenda of reconstructing and developing the South African society. An extensive literature study on resistance to change was undertaken as part of contextualising the resistance-to-change behavior within the Department of Correctional Services and South Africa in general. The literature study was followed by the empirical study which focused on gathering data from correctional officials through utilising a survey questionnaire. The empirical findings revealed that there were indeed elements of resistance-to-change behavior on the part of correctional officials insofar as the DCS change was concerned.

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In the early years of social psychology, attitude was acknowledged as one of the main psychological experiences. Over the centuries, the importance of attitude has gradually increased and its technique has changed a lot. The present paper is an effort to understand the term attitude in a simpler way. It will examine the numerous definitions and models of attitude. This work not only studies the attitude in logical order but also identifies some relevant models in chronological order. It will also inspect the three critical components of attitude. An attempt is then made to propose a theoretical model within which attitude components could be examined with their interrelationship to form various attitudes. Although the model, as presented, can be considered novel, it is believed that substantial steps are taken to follow the previous theories and models.

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Every Organisation that employs people come from a diverse background for a common purpose of fulfilling the goals of the organisation and also commit themselves to work towards achieving the objectives of the organisation. This paper reviews the studies conducted to establish the relationship between Employee Attitude and their Commitment towards the Organisation in meeting the requirements and following their policies and principles. The objectives of the paper is to understand the relationship between Employee Attitudes and Commitment towards the organisation and to find out if there is any significant impact of employee attitude towards their commitment to the organisation leading to increased loyalty. The paper also tries find out whether the employees' attitudes leads to job satisfaction which will result in organisational commitment. The reviews of various researches clearly indicate that organisational commitment is the outcome of employees' attitudes which has led to job satisfaction. A satisfied employee remains in the firm even if he has to face challenges like no rise in the pay, not so comfortable working environment or no high position in the organisation. It is not only the remuneration and perquisites that make an employee committed to the organisation, but also the attitudes that determine the commitment towards the organisation.

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1 Assignment Guidelines

Christina Page and Lesley McCannell

Learning Objectives

By the time you complete this section of the workbook, you will have

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In order to do a task well, you need to understand what is being asked of you.  This includes understanding the  purpose of the assignment.  Why are you doing this task? It also includes understanding the  content of the assignment.  What do you need to research and write?  Lastly, it is important to understand the  format  of the assignment.  How do you need to present your work?

Read the assignment guidelines below. At the end of the page, you will complete a brief quiz to determine how well you have understood your task.  ( Hint:  You can use the arrow on the bottom right hand corner of the activity to view it in full screen mode).

The purpose of this group project is to provide an opportunity to:

The project requires that you work collaboratively with your team to develop research-based recommendations and action plans to address the organizational challenges you identify in the case Marilyn’s Excellent Adventure.    Click here  to read the Case Study that this assignment is based on. You’ll probably want to print a copy of the case and keep it handy while you work on this assignment.

As a team you will identify challenges, research potential innovative solutions and provide Eva with detailed recommendations and action plans relating to three different challenges she is facing. The deliverables produced for this assignment include:

This project has been designed in such a way as to discourage a “divide and conquer approach” and encourage a collaborative team effort. Subsequently team process and collaboration forms part of your grade for this assignment. 50% of your grade is based on your participation and 50% is based on the “product” produced by your team.  My experience from running this assignment in other classes is that the team with the best group process produces the best deliverable. To read more about the “Lessons Learned” from previous classes  Click Here.

Project Communication

In order to facilitate the grading of your participation please ensure that all project-related communication occurs on the Group Project Discussion Forum or the Big Blue Button virtual meeting room where meeting notes can be captured. Summary minutes should be posted for all online/in-person meetings.  I need to know who was there, the topics discussed and the actions that arise from each meeting.  You will be introduced to the Big Blue Button rooms when we meet for the first mid-term. If your team decides to use WhatsApp or another texting app please post the transcripts from those discussions in the group discussion forum.  However your group is communicating I need to be able to “see” it to assess your individual contributions.

I am available to meet with teams throughout the project. Please don’t hesitate to connect with me if your team needs guidance.  Consider me a resource to be used for this project!

The Project Phases

This assignment runs over a period of six weeks – and has three distinct stages with assignments due at the end of each phase.

The first two weeks is used to plan the project, chose the three challenge areas your group will focus on and assign research areas for each individual team member.  We do this by communicating online and when we meet for the first mid-term exam.  This is compiled and submitted as Group Project Assignment Phase 1:  Project Plan and Challenge Areas

The next two weeks is the research phase where each group member will individually conduct research and create research summaries for their team to use. Each team member must contribute a minimum of 2 pieces of research to each challenge area – you can do more.  A minimum of 50% of each individual’s research must be from peer reviewed journals (e.g. library research). The research contribution should include the URL address, a summary of the information contained in the resource and how you think it could contribute to the deliverable that your group will produce. This information will be compiled into a group report  and submitted as Group Project Assignment Phase 2:  Research Summaries.   Each individual’s research summaries should be clearly identified as this phase will be graded based on your individual work. Research for the “sake of research” that does not contribute to the next phase of the project is not valuable and will be graded as such. For each challenge area of the project your group should identify what questions (e.g. research) you need answered in order to produce the recommendations and then assign those questions to individual team members.

The final two week phase is the  development of Group Project Assignment Phase 3: Recommendation and Action Planning Report.   This is where the team analyzes the issues and provides recommendations for how Eva should address them.

Phase 1 – Project Planning and Challenge Identification Guidelines

The team will begin this work online as part of their Red Question assignment.  The discussion will be continued at our in-person meeting for the Mid Term Exam.  The group will submit a report including:

Use 12-point font, double spaced.

Note:  do not discuss the cause of the issues or recommend solutions (this will happen in Phase 3 of the project.

Questions for the Team Charter

Questions for the Project Plan

Submit your report to the Group Project Discussion Forum and I will provide feedback to your on your approach.

Phase 2: Research Summaries Guidelines

The group will submit one report including all the research summaries.  Team members will be assigned an individual grade for their research summaries.  The report should include a:

Please ensure your Research Summaries Report meets the criteria identified below:

Submit your report to the Group Project Discussion Forum.

Phase 3:  Recommendations and Action Planning Report

The report your team prepares should include the following:

Report Outline Details

Use the following outline for the main body of your report:

Things to consider: 

This report will be submitted to the Group Assignment Dropbox on the Moodle site

Organizational Behaviour Group Project Workbook by Christina Page and Lesley McCannell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License , except where otherwise noted.

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The Organizational Behavior course includes a series of openly licensed written assignments and discussions aligned to specific learning outcomes and chapters. Both the discussion questions and the assignments follow the “Workplace Solutions Consulting LLC” narrative created where students act as a consultant working on a project involving a large technology company, Informational Systems Inc. The student is asked to assume the role of an organizational consultant faced with real-world workplace issues using the principles from the course, examining their own personal values to develop recommendations that would contribute to a successful organizational culture.

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