Ethical Issues: Improving Organizational Behavior

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MANAEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

ISSUE: IMPROVING ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR

STUDENT: RABIA HASSAN
INSTRUCTOR: ANNA STALINSKA
DATE OF SUBMISSION: 13.10.2014
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction
Ethics its meaning & relation to business
Organization ethics
Effects and problems faced by managers
Example
Skills required for managers
Code of conduct
Conclusion

INTRODUCTION:
The term ethics in organizational behavior has long been linked with management scholars and business leaders in the world. Every organization strives to be committed in a manner that is ethically transparent. Behaving in an ethical manner is seen as part of social responsibility of an organization. Ethical behavior is characterized by fairness, honesty and equity in interpersonal,
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After smoking, smokers feel relieved of physical deficiency; feel less tension and their senses have been kept busy. These consequences are valued as positive by the majority of smokers. Some negative consequences for the smoker are the health risk to him- or herself and to others (a sense of guilt?) and complaints of others. A way to decrease smoking in the workplace could be a reduction in current antecedents (for example, not taking a packet of cigarettes to the workplace, so that it can 't be felt in the pocket and one can only smoke by asking others for a cigarette). A second way of decreasing smoking in the workplace could be the addition of antecedents, for example by the posting up of non-smoking signs or by an instructional meeting with the management in which it is made clear that nonsmoking is much appreciated. In the area of consequences, there could be some addition of rewards for nonsmoking in the form of money, goods and/ or…show more content…
Some antecedents and consequences that could promote nonsmoking in the workplace and could be added to the factors mentioned in Figure 1.
NEW SKILLS REQUIRED FOR MANAGERS:
1. Managing people: The modern managers need to be proficient in hiring the best people, evaluate their performance and discipline them.
2. Diversity in work force: The work force in all organizations is diversified. Some are optimistic and few are pessimistic; some have good health and some others have some health problems; some are having good habits and a few others are addicted to alcoholic or tobacco, some are patient and many others have short tempers. A manager is also a human being but he has to show his managerial skills in dealing with the diversified group of his colleagues.
3. Effective communication: Managers should communicate their expectations both publicly and privately. Managers should be ethical in their commitments. Personal example is the best communication for management. The managers should follow the attitude of "tell me everything". They should know not only the good news but also the bad news.
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