The study of organizational behavior is the study of the
structure, functioning and performance of organizations,
and the behavior of groups and individuals within them.
Pugh, Organization Theory: Selected Readings
is neither fish nor fowl
: it is
a multidisplinary social science
and more. The subject is relatively young one,
it first became a subject area at Harvard Business School
1962. The name is shorthand, as an
does not "behave
", so the field is about the
s of people
Communication and Perception
See also: psychology
See also: behaviorism
See also: sociology
See also: management
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Written for Tu-53.100: Basics of Work Psychology and Leadership