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The Human Behavior Organization

MANA 230
January 27, 2012

The Human Behavior Organization
The worker's activities are activities of humans and are therefore an essential part of humanity.
These activities have at least five dimensions, on the main aspects that must be considered in the analysis of work, and all the employee needs to beentrepreneur and feel accomplished for production:

➢ Technical aspects - involves issues relating to place of work and adjustment physiological and sociological.

➢ Physiological aspects - is the degree of adaptation man - place of work - Physical environment and the problem of fatigue - the human being is not a machine and does not work like a machine.

➢ Moral aspect - considers theskills, the motivation, the degree of awareness, satisfaction and the intimate relationship between work activity and personality - the work is an extension of personality, is how a person measures his worth and his humanity.

➢ Social aspect - considers the specific issues in the working environment and external factors such as family, social class, etc..

➢ Economic aspect - as theproduction of wealth - the work is a way of life.

Businesses is evaluated by the following requirements:

➢ Environment of the business - credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie;

➢ Profile of the company - benefits, compensation, ethics and citizenship, professional development and balancing work and personal life

"There is ways that discover andadopts measures of how to maximize the work efficiency.- Every person is influenced exclusively by rewards wage, economic and material, not considering the needs of staff achievement and promotion.

The humanism considers the improvement of development, welfare and dignity as the ultimate objective of all human thought and action - above ideals and values of religious, ideological or national.The commitment to humanism defends the adoption of the following three fundamental principle

➢ Philosophical, consisting in the design of humans - men and women - as be autonomous and rational and respect fundamental to all human beings while endowed with free will, rationality, moral awareness, capacity imaginative and creative.

➢ Social policy, which consists of a universal ethic ofequality, reciprocity and human solidarity and a policy of pluralistic democracy, fair and human.

➢ Educational, consisting of the commitment to help all individuals in implementation and improvement of its potential.

So, with the humanistic approach, "the concern with the machine, the working method, with the formal organization and the principles of administration applicable toorganizational aspects give priorities to the concern with man and his social group: the technical aspects for the formal psychological and sociological aspects.

The school of human relations was born from the need of reducing the dehumanization of work and at the same time, increasing the efficiency in business.

The informal groups can communicate with ease, and find supportive environmentfor the majority of their problems. The formal organization is the organizational structure - organs, functions, hierarchical levels and functional relationships - and informal organization is the set of interactions and relationships that are established between the workers - uses and customs, traditions and social norms.

The informal organization is reflected by attitudes and provisionsbased on the opinion and sentiment. The expression of the need to 'join up' and do not change quickly or make the logic: relate to the sense of values, the lifestyles and the acquisition of social life that a person strives to preserve and defend of which is willing to fight and resist.

The social man, which is based on the following aspects:

➢ Employees are complex social creatures, with...