Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Models of organization behaviour

5 popular common models of organizational behavior are as follow. In addition, some leader, and managers use some of these models in their organizations, and departments and they are:
1 ) Autocratic Model
In this model we can find that this model relies on power. For example, managers have the ability, authority to control
their employees and the employee’s performance in this stage will be much lower than expected.

2) Custodial Model
This model usually depends on economic resources (money). For instance, managers can simulate their
employees by offering them facilities, and benefits, but in this model the employee’s won’t work as a team (Less sharing with others) because everyone will depend on hi s self to get more benefits than the others.

3) Supportive Model
This model relies on leadership. For example, managers support their employees by encouraging, and supporting them to perform a better job, get along with each other and as well as developing their skills. The Performance results will be awakened drives.

4) Collegial Model
This model means that employees depend on each other cooperatively and work as a team to do the task. Everyone
will be having a normal enthusiasm self-discipline, and responsible behavior
towards their tasks.

5) System Model
This model is based on trust, self-motivation, and the performance results will be more than expected, because
employees will be committed to do their tasks as expected, and as well as organizational goals. After we explained the models in brief we would like to
inform you that the world nowadays requires from us necessary steps before we decide the best model to have for an each organization. One of the most important things to consider is that managers and leaders should clearly
understand the nature of their organizations before making
any decision. Also, they have to consider and look at the changing in the environment and of course the employee’s needs so that they can have the best model to use to get a
better result.