Influence of Organizational Behavior
Model the Influence of Organizational Behavior in Improving a Business
Envision this scenario:
You have earned the corner office of the organization that you have helped guide to present success. Your staff is collaborative; all levels of the organization are functional; and, in general, key aspects of the business are stable. Many of the organizational changes you have recently championed seem to be having a positive effect on morale and operational results.
Knowing that present success may only be an indicator of future success, you may have recalled reading that the time to change is when things are going well. Now, you may be troubled by this thought because you have learned that when faced with adverse conditions, organizations tend to revert back to the way they used to operate because it is familiar and people tend to be comfortable with previous efforts and results.
Prepare a comprehensive paper that assesses the current state of the organization. Your paper should be written as if you were presenting it as a case study for publication. Be sure to include an analysis of opportunities for change, and develop a plan for leading the organization to its future state. Consider advancing technologies and emerging world markets in your analysis.
Keep in mind, you are not alone; you have the resources of the organization and the literature to assist you. Remember, all eyes are on you. It is your time to lead. Be bold and creative.
Support your plan with a minimum of seven resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.
Length: 10-12 pages, not including title and reference pages
Your plan should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas
and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and
insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect
scholarly writing and current APA standards.
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