The Nature Of Organizational Behavior

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The Nature of Organizational Behavior

The Nature of Organizational Behavior

Chapter 3: Perception and Learning in Organizations

One of the most important developments about organization approaches in recent years is that mechanical organization approach (thinking organization like a machine) was discarded and organizations are thought like living organisms. According to this approach, organizations are living systems that live in a broad environment they are dependent to meet various needs (McShane & Von Glinow, 2013).

Certain organization types orient themselves to certain environment conditions as in the example of polar bears which live in polar region, camels which live in deserts and crocodiles which ...
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