Maximum Marks: 100
Semester Examination: 70
Internal Assessment: 30
Evolution of management Thought-Classical, Behavioural and Management Science Approaches; The Hawthorne Studies; Systems and Contingency Approach for understanding organizations; Application of Management thought to the current scenario; Fundamental Concepts of Organizational Behavior; The role of OB in Management; Managerial Process, Functions; Managerial Skills and Roles in Organizations.
Foundations of Individual Behavior-Personality-Meaning; Development of Personality; Personality Determinants; the “Big Five” Personality Traits;Emotional Intelligence.Perception;- Nature and importance; Factors influencing perception; Managing the Perception Process.
Learning- Components of learning process; Theoretical process of learning-Classical Conditioning; Operant Conditioning; Cognitive and Social Learning Theory.Attitude: Nature and dimensions; Components and functions of attitude,Formation and attitude change.
Motivation in organizations: Nature and importance; The motivational framework; The content theories of work motivation- Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory;The Dual Structure Theory of Motivation;Process theory of work motivation- Vroom’s Expectancy Theory; J. Stacy Adam’s Equity Theory.Note-The list of cases and specific references will be announced by the concerned faculty in the class at the beginning of the semester.
1. Fundamentals of Management by Griffin, 2006 Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston New York,U.S.A
2. Essentials of Management by Andrew J/ DuBrin THOMSON-South western Management of Organizational Behavior by Hersey/Balanchard/Johnson Pearson Education-New Delhi
3. Organizational Behavior By Stephen Robins- Pearson Education-New Delhi Organizational Behavior By Fred Luthans- McGraw-Hill
4. Organizational Behavior By Debra/ James – THOMSON-South-Western