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by: Ilene Rowe II

MulticulturalOrganizationalBehavior MHR318

Ilene Rowe II
CSU Pomona
GPA 3.64


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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ilene Rowe II on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MHR318 at California State Polytechnic University taught by JeanetteParr in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see /class/218155/mhr318-california-state-polytechnic-university in Business, management at California State Polytechnic University.

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Date Created: 10/03/15
The quiz contains 6 questions You may choose 5 to answer The subjects are below 1 An ethical dilemma P Paradigms of organizational behavior 5 Workforce diversity and its value P Cultural differences 5quot A Class Divided 9 Maslow39s Hierarchy 1 An ethical dilemma A situation when people find themselves where they have to decide if they should act in a way that might help another person or group even though by doing so might go against their own self interest Eq Cheating on computerize exam 6 Maslow s hierarchy Highest level need 0 Self actualization needs The needs to realize one s full potential as a human being 0 By giving people the opportunity to use their skills and abilities to the fullest extent possible 0 Esteem needs The needs to feel good about on self and one s capabilities to be respected by others and receive recognition and appreciation o By granting a promotion and recognizing accomplishment Lowestlevel need 0 Belongingnesssocial needs needs for social interaction friendship affection and love 0 By promoting good interpersonal relations and organizing social function such as company picnic and holiday parties 0 Safety needs Needs for security stability and safe environment 0 By providing job security medical benefits and safe working condition 0 Physiological needs Basic needs for things such as food water and shelter that must be met in order for a person to survive 0 Providing level of pay that enable a person to buy a food clothes and have adequate housing 3 Workforce Diversity describes how people differ on attributes such as age race ethnicity gender physical ability and sexual orientation 0 Diversity can improve quality of the organization better return on human capital 0 Finding new market and customer 0 Increasing creativity 2 Paradigms of organizational behavior 0 Importance ofhuman capital A dynamic and complex environment poses continuous human resource challenges sustained success is earned through 39 g and 39 to people as valuable human assets of organizations I Demise ofcommandand control Traditional hierarchical structures are proving incapable of handling new environmental pressures and demands they are being replaced by flexible structures and participator work settings that fully value human capital I Emphasis on teamwork Organizations today are designed to be less vertical and more horizontal in nature driven by complex environments and customer demands work is increasingly team based with a focus on peer contributions I Pervasive influence of information technology As computers and communication technologies penetrate all aspects of the workplace implications for workflows work arrangements and organizational systems and processes are farreaching I Respectfor new workforce expectations The new generation of workers is less tolerant of hierarchy more informal and less concerned about status organizations are paying more attention to helping members balance work responsibilities and personal affairs I Changing concept ofcareers The new realities of a global economy find employers using more quotoff shoringquot and quotoutsourcingquot of jobs as well as cutting back their workforces and employee benefits more people are now working as independent contractors who shift among employers rather than holding a traditional fulltime jobs I Concernforsustainability Rising quickly to the forefront of concerns in today s world issues of sustainability are more and more on the minds of managers and organization members decision making and goal setting in organizations increasingly gives attention to the environment climate justice and preservation of resources for future generations Cultural difference set of different beliefs value expectation norms workroutine


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