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Encyclopedic Dictionary of Organizational Behavior By JOHN BETHELL
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Organizational Behavior (OB) is the study of human action and experience in organizational contexts, and the behavior of organizations within their environmental contexts. The subject takes as its... More > starting point the idea that organizations are human creations. This means that what they generate in terms of varieties of experience, social value and practical consequences are matters of choice – choice which can be informed by knowledge and ideas. This definition implies that much of what we prize most dearly about our ways of living, and also what we most abhor, are created or conditioned by Organizational Behavior. The Great Wall of China, the Nazi holocaust, the Gobelin tapestries, the automobile, every major war, disaster relief effort, all the religions of the world, and the welfare, transportation and communication systems of society, and much more besides are the product of organization and behavior.< Less