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Human Relations In Organizations

by: Dejuan Johnson DVM

Human Relations In Organizations OLS 25200

Dejuan Johnson DVM
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Vernon Dahlstrom

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dejuan Johnson DVM on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to OLS 25200 at Purdue University taught by Vernon Dahlstrom in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 70 views. For similar materials see /class/208033/ols-25200-purdue-university in OLS Organization, Leadership, & Supervision at Purdue University.

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Date Created: 09/19/15
Positive Discipline implies discipline without punishment The main aim is to ensure and encourage selfdiscipline among the employees The employees in this case identify the group objectives as their own objectives and strive hard to achieve them The employees follow and adhere to the rules and regulations not due to the fear of punishment but due to the inherent desire to harmonize in achieving organizational goals Employees exercise selfcontrol to meet these goals Positive discipline involves creation of an atmosphere in the organisation whereby employees willingly conform to the established rules and regulations Positive discipline can be achieved through rewards and effective leadership achievement of a common objective It means that positive Discipline is not that ideal that it can t be achieved It also does not imply that an individual s freedom is restricted Rather it provides better chances to an individual for expressing himself The individual in this process is able to bridge the gap between his and the group goals It is also to be noted that positive discipline promotes cooperating and coordination with aminimum of formal organization It reduces the need for strict supervision required to maintain standards and observe rules and regulations Everyone is answerable to oneself and therefore one is not answerable to anyone else The constructive approach to discipline will be explained later Positive statements Formal Groups defined by organizational structurechart Command Groups VP reports to the president Task Group group formed to complete a task Informal Groups groups that formed to respond to common interests or social interaction Interests Groups people working together for a common interest SADD Friendship Groups focuses on people bonding together People have a need for affiliation to feel loved and to have a sense of belonging Why do people join groups Security Status Selfesteem Power Goal Achievement OrganizationalCulture Group Development Forming Storming Norming Performing WPP N Adjourning Types of Tea ms Problemsolving Teams 1012 focuses on solving problems that may relate to quality productivity or the work environment CrossFunctional Work Teams brings together workers from different areas functions and even levels of the organization to focus on a task Selfmanaged Work Teams1015 workers who take over management Social Loafing tendency for individuals to put forth just enough effort to get by when working with others Groupthink a type of thinking in which team members share such strong motivation to achieve consensus that they lose the ability to evaluate alternative points of views critically It occurs when group conformity overrides reality How can a group prevent groupthink Brainstorming get team members to generate ideas without stopping or evaluating After the list has been generated go back and evaluate Leadership ability to influence others Charismatic and Visionary Leadership include selfconfidence has a vision articulates the vision strong Grapevine is an informal part of communications within organizations 75 of the stories are true Rumors are a special part of the grapevine Usual reger to unsubstantiated stories that have 3 characteristics 1 appears to have important information 2 information creates anxiety 3 ambiguity Body Language and Gesture Nonverbal Communication Body language also influences the way people understand our message Differing Views of Conflict Traditional view probably unrealistic because life presents people with many conflicts Traditionalists believe that conflicts should be avoided Interactionist view conflict is seen as a positive force that is needed for groups to perform effectively


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