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Aspects of Organizational Behavior

Aspects of Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior encompasses motivation, leadership, interpersonal communication, group structure, processes, attitude development, perception, conflict resolution, negotiation, job design, and organizational structure.

Next, Professor Chiu will introduce Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory. Understanding these theories assists in effectively managing employee needs and fostering a positive work environment.

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