Bringing in Context to Behaviour

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Bringing in Context to Behaviour
Shelly jose, Professor, India

A framework to bring both Individual and Organisational context to Organisational Behaviour Studies.

The context of the individual behaviour (the organisation) is less emphasised in behaviour studies.
Ecological Psychology can contribute to this unexplored area. Successive layers of ‘society’ engulf the individual in organizational life determining and redirecting the combined behavior of the individual in the group.

The individual as the fundamental unit, merges in groups, occupational communities and the organization and on to the industry level and national cultures in turn generating myriad outputs at each of these levels.
What import does each of the above additions have, in terms of behavior, decisions and actions and indeed all group processes is of interest to the organizational world. The above mentioned trans-individual loci recognised but scattered around the organizational literature may be said to have one thing in common; that at each of these levels, processes are influenced, if not determined by subsequent levels.

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