The Nature of Organisations - Organisational Behaviour

With regard to the nature of organization the key assumptions are that the social systems and that they are formed on the basis of mutual interests of the employees and the management meaning thereby that there is a mutuality of interests.

Organisation is a social system:

All the employees comprising organizations are the members of the society from which they come. Thus the organization becomes a social system, where the value systems customs etc. conform to those of the society at large. Any organization that has inconsistent value system with the external society does not last long. That an organization is a social system also implies that the organizational environment is not static. All parts of the organizational system are interdependent and are subject to influence by other parts of the organization as well the society at large.

Mutually of interests:

Organizations have a human purpose. They are formed and maintained on the basis of some mutuality of interests among the participants. Organizations help people achieve their own personal objectives at the same time people help organizations achieve its objectives. It is a symbiotic relation. Everybody must bear in mind that the organizational and employees interests are intertwined in such a way that if the interests of one suffer the interests of the another do suffer. Both the employees and organization can prosper if they help each other to prosper.


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