ABOUT ORGANIZATIONAL DYNAMICS
Organizational dynamics is defined as the process of
continuously strengthening resources and enhancing
how an organization manages and promotes
organizational learning, better business practices and
WHAT STUDENTS WILL LEARN
Apply Their Personal Leadership Style To Promote Change,
Drive Innovation And
Increase Team Work
Management Process May Be Defined As Process Through
Which Management Functions Are Carried Out, It Is
Basically A Social Process As Managers Get Things Done
By Managing People Who Perform
A Dynamic Process Is One That Constantly Changes And
The Following Were The Top Five Personal
• 1. Communication skills (verbal and written)
• 2. Honesty/integrity
• 3. Interpersonal skills (relates well to others)
• 4. Motivation/initiative
• 5. Strong work ethic
• Is a philosophy about how differences among
individuals are accepted and respected and how they
are made to work in cohesion.
Why diversity is a major challenge for
• Increase on young work force
• Increasingly feminized
• Ethnic minorities in workforce is increased
• Workforce mobility is on rise
• International careers and expatriates are becoming common
How to manage inclusivity effectively?
• Top management commitment
• Focus to bring best talent
• Managers responsible for diversity goals
• Increase women supervisors
• Develop career plans for employees
• Diversify the company’s board
• Provide extended leaves, flexi time etc
• Organise diversity training programmes
• Mentoring senior managers
• Organizational diversity in the workplace refers to the
total makeup of the employee workforce and the
amount of diversity included. Diversity refers to
differences in various defining personal traits such as
age, gender, race, marital status, ethnic origin, religion,
education and many other secondary qualities.
Organizational Challenges for the 21st Century:
Ensure that the work of organization serves a higher purpose.
Fully embed the ideas of community and citizenship in organization
Reconstruct organizations philosophical foundations.
Eliminate formal hierarchy.
Reduce fear and increase trust.
Reinvent the means of control.
Redefine the work of leadership
Expand and exploit diversity.
Reinvent strategy making as an emergent process.
De-structure and disaggregate the organization.
Organization and corporations are facing the following key challenges while
trying to stay competitive and creating growth and sustainability;
1. Global politics, rules, and regulations
2. Adapting Technology and Innovation
3. Cyber Security and the rising threats to privacy and data protection:
4. Talent attraction, talent development, and Talent Retention
5. Customer Satisfaction, Customer services, and marketplace competition:
6. Changing Nature of the jobs and Employees work-life balance
7. Financial Complexity due to globalization and diverse customers & employees
8. Supply Chain Complexity
9. Developing the right system for organization and corporation
10. Embracing Change and maintaining the reputation:
Barriers to accepting diversity
• Sexual harassment
• Lack of cohesion
• Inaccurate information
Benefits from Managing Diversity:
• Xerox plants using diverse work teams are now 30 per cent more productive than conventional plants
• Motorola beat its competition by producing the world’s most efficient and high-quality cellular phones which
are produced almost exclusively by diverse work teams.
DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
• Disruptive technology is an innovation that significantly alters the way that consumers, industries, or
businesses operate. A disruptive technology sweeps away the systems or habits it replaces because it
has attributes that are recognizably superior.
ADVANTAGES AND DIS ADVANTAGES
• Innovative benefits
• Startup opportunities
• Room for business growth
• Unrefined inventions
• Early performance problems
• Unproven applications
The OECD defines globalization as
"The geographic dispersion of industrial and service activities, for
example research and development, sourcing of inputs,
production and distribution, and the cross-border networking of
companies, for example through joint ventures and the sharing of
Talent Management Strategy
1. Detailed job descriptions
2. Person-organization fit
4. Reward and recognize right
5. Opportunities for continuous improvement
MAIN DRIVERS OF GLOBALISATION
• Technological change
• Economies of scale
• Opening up of global financial markets
• Differences in tax systems
• Differences in tax systems
Characteristics of globalisation
• Greater trade in goods and services both between nations and within
• transfers of capital
• global brands
• Spatial division of labour
• labour migration
• shift in the balance of economic and financial power
• the centre of gravity in the world economy
• making the world economy more inter-dependent
• Many of the industrializing countries are winning a rising share of world
trade and their economies are growing faster than in richer developed
nations especially after the global financial crisis (GFC)
BENEFITS OF GLOBALIZATION
• Shift from Import-Substitution to Export-Led Growth Strategy
• Foreign Capital Inflows
• Globalisation and Transfer of Technology
• Increased Market Access
• Faster Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction:
• Employment Argument
Q.1- ______________means integrating the Indian
economy with the world economy.
d. None of the above
Q.2-Globalisation is the outcome of__________ and
d. Both (a) and (b)
Q.3- Globalisation aims to create ____________
d. None of the above
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Benefits of corporate social investment for businesses
• The potential benefits of CSR to companies include:
better brand recognition
positive business reputation
increased sales and customer loyalty
operational costs savings
better financial performance
greater ability to attract talent and retain staff
easier access to capital
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
CONTD. Benefits of CSR to Employees in Organisation
Consider the human toll when making business decisions.
Get involved in community endeavors and/or public policy
Develop great leaders, at all levels, who excel at managing people as well as results
Sustain a work environment founded on dignity and respect for all employees
A company with a strong corporate social responsibility has more engaged employees.
A good CSR program can be used by a company to recruit and retain employees.
• Organizational justice generally refers to perceptions of
fairness in treatment of individuals internal to the
organization while corporate social responsibility focuses on
the fairness of treatment of entities external to the
organization. Organizational justice consists of three main
forms – distributive, procedural, and interactional.
• Interpersonal justice
Interpersonal justice focuses on the way in which organizations
treat employees, with an emphasis on respect and courtesy.
• Informational justice
Informational justice focuses on whether employers provide
adequate explanations to employees with an emphasis on
timeliness, specificity, and truthfulness
How to improve organizational justice?
Effective organizational communication
Employee mood and emotions
Organizational justice is an individual and team level
Benefits of organizational justice
• job performance and satisfaction,
• organizational commitment, and
• organizational citizenship behaviors
Organizational behaviour (often abbreviated as OB) is a field of study that
investigates how individuals, groups, and structure affect and are affected by
behaviour within organizations. Behaviour refers to what people do in the
organization, how they per- form, and what their attitudes are.
“OB is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and
structure have on behaviour within organisations for the purpose of applying such
knowledge towards improving an organisation’s effectiveness.”
A manager is someone whose primary responsibility is to carry out the
management process. In particular. a manager is someone who plans and makes
decisions, organizes, leads, and controls human, financial, physical, and
Organizational diversity in the workplace refers to the total makeup of the
employee workforce and the amount of diversity included. Diversity refers to
differences in various defining personal traits such as age, gender, race, marital
status, ethnic origin, religion, education and many other secondary qualities.
Career management refers to the activities companies carry out to sustain their
employees' career development, helping them obtain promotions and pay raises,
and assisting their transition into leadership positions.
Talent management is a constant process that involves attracting and retaining
high-quality employees, developing their skills, and continuously motivating
them to improve their performance.
Technological transformation is the complete overhaul of an
organization's technology systems encompassing network
architecture, hardware, software and how data is stored and accessed
and affecting all of people, process and technology.
Organizational justice generally refers to perceptions of fairness in
treatment of individuals internal to that organization while corporate
social responsibility focuses on the fairness of treatment of entities
external to the organization.