Behavioral Science Concept

     Organizational Behavior Concepts                                                
We are happy to privide this brief overview of some of the most prolific and validated works ever done in the field of human and organizational behavior. Today, these tried-and-true concepts continue to be the foundation of understanding about the human condition and its impact on organizational culture.

"Behavioral science is like physics......just like the laws of physics will never change, neither will the basic human condition that drives organizatonal culture."

Communication - The Johari Window 
Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham's Johari Window model of interpersonal relationships is described in terms of exposure and feedback solicitation.

Conflict Management Model 
Research on conflict management style and it's effect on productive conflict within the orgainization.

Leadership / Management Values - Theory "X" & Theory "Y" 
Douglas McGregors' timeless theory of how managers and leaders interact differently with employees based on one's individual belief system regarding people at work.

Employee Involvement - Star Model of Access Management 
Dr. Jay Hall's Star Model of Access Management ensures employees' access to the five critical support for involvement.


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