The paper "The Role of Organizational Behavior at Royal Jordanian Airlines Company " is an outstanding eample of a business case study. The productivity of an organization is directly affected by the workplace behavior found in a particular organization. The historical perspective of the productivity of employees has always been mistakenly related to the pay that they receive. The engagement between the organization and the employees, particularly the immediate environment, greatly influences how well employees perform in their jobs. The study will adopt a case study as the research design. This design is suitable as it addresses the major objectives and study questions identified for the research.
It provides the means of observing, measuring and describing major variable identified at the beginning of the study and that relates to the institution. The researcher will use questionnaires as a tool for gathering data from the field. The researcher will obtain data both from primary and secondary sources. The primary sources will involve the data that is actually gathered from the field through the use of questionnaires and interviews then the secondary will be obtained from secondary sources such as books, journals and articles to build on the literature that is used in the study.
The data will be coded, edited for completeness; tabulated and then analyzed using descriptive statistics such as charts, columns and tables. Introduction In recent years, the structural formation in organizations has undergone a remarkable transformation in terms of strategic change, economic change and technological changes (Benn et al, 2014). Despite these transformations, one of the more aspects that are compelling in organizations is the social psychology that surrounds the personnel in an organization.
Global competition has greatly increased, together with consolidation and innovation, thus affecting the behavior found in organizations (Osibanjo et al, 2013). The productivity of an organization is directly affected by the workplace behavior found in a particular organization. The historical perspective of the productivity of employees has always been mistakenly related to the pay that they receive (Alvesson, 2015). With changing outlooks in many sectors of the organizational environment, the aspect of salary alone is currently not enough to ensure that employees are productive and that they perform competently in their areas of work (Alvesson, 2015).
Research has shown that pecuniary motivation such as increment in salaries and bonuses for performances have an effect that is limited and short term. The workplace environment of employees is the fact that greatly affects their performances and their productivity (Robbins et al, 2013). The engagement between the organization and the employees, particularly the immediate environment, greatly influences how well employees perform in their jobs (Mone, 2014). This relationship between the workplace environment and the employees additionally affects the extent of errors made by the employees, their innovation levels, collaboration with their colleague and the time that the employees are able to maintain or stay in their jobs.
This research will treat managers as the major stakeholders in the study as they are the people who are most involved with decision making in organizations and their implementation. Managers are additionally involved in the management of organizational affairs and possess knowledge that is first hand in the processes that deal with the improvement of affairs in the organization.
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