Management and corporate governance
Sharoyko F.V., Chvyakin V.A. —
Organizational behavior within the structure of HR management
// Theoretical and Applied Economics.
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DOI: 10.25136/2409-8647.2019.2.29399 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=29399
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The subject of this research is the questions of organizational behavior of company employees. Special attention is given to the assessment of the structure of organizational behavior, suggesting the determination of a set of factors that characterize communication potential of the company, management approach, and conflict behavior trends of the personnel. Deterioration in organizational behavior requires the implementation of flexible (adaptive), rather than just directive management approaches. With regards to company employees with critical indicators of its communication potential, it is necessary to introduce courses on the development of communication skills under the conditions of low budget financing. The research methodology is based on Fritz Roethlisberger’s theory on the fundamentals of Western managements, as well as the concept of organizational behavior of James J. Gibson. The main conclusions define the role and importance of communication potential of the company, management approaches, and conflict behavior trends of the personnel in assessing the structure of organizational behavior. The directive management approach generates the latent proneness to conflict, and in 75 percent of the cases leads to dysadaptation of the communication structure and significantly reduces confidence indicators between the employees. The scientific novelty consists in the substantiation of adaptive human resource management depending on the peculiarities of organizational behavior, as well as in the establishment of the role of organizational-psychological conditions of joint effort within the structure of organizational behavior.
Latent conflict, Staff conflict, Directive management style, HR management styles, Demotivation of staff, Economic efficiency, Joint activity, Organizational behavior, Communication capacity, Organizational and psychological conditions
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