Week 5 - Chapter 6 Organizational Behavior
Week 5 - Chapter 6 Organizational Behavior MGT 3813
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1 1. How many skills do you use? 1. Factory line low skill variety 2. Can you iden▯fy what you make 1. Example: Honey Bunches of Oats Employee (High) 3. Is it a whole thing (Higher Task Iden▯ty) 2 3. How much impact does my job have? What is my contribu▯on? 4. Do you have control? 5. How much informa▯on you get back? 3 1. High Task Iden▯ty 2. High Skill Variety – High Autonomy – High Task Iden▯ty – High Feedback – Signiﬁcance can be argued 3. High Skill Variety – High Task Iden▯ty – High Task Signiﬁcance – High Autonomy 4 5 Job Rota▯on: High Skill Variety Job Enlargement: More Work Job Enrichment: Giving people autonomy 6 - Structural Empowerment - Access to informa▯on - Authority - Change of du▯es - Felt Empowerment - Psychological; percep▯on - Mostly in your head - Boss includes you in decisions - Boss listens to you 7 8 Flex▯me: You control start and ﬁnish ▯me Example: Work 9-6 versus 8-5 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1. Open door management 1. Highest Autonomy 2. There is a representa▯ve for each department. 1. Most common (Easier) 16 Almost exclusively in manufactoring 17 - Variable Pay - Commission based - Piece – rate Pay - Mostly in factories - Quality control - Merit-based Pay - Quality of work 18 19 20 21 Does the employee even want the reward? 22
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