A junior consultancy firm has asked the line manager to report all the culture and motivation in the organization. This assignment will cover the following questions:
- Evaluate the politics, culture, and power in behavior opted by ASDA.
- Provide the ways in which the individuals and teams can be motivated in ASDA in order to gain the target.
- Analyze the better understanding with all the effective co-operate areas.
- Provide different philosophies and methods with which the business situation in ASDA can be managed.
Organisational behaviour refers to interaction between individuals within a group. It is essential to understand organisational behaviour to ensure business operations are performed effectively. Moreover, it enables in developing inter-personal relations in an organisation. ASDA is taken into consideration to for the following report. It is one of Britain's leading retailers established in year 1949 and headquartered in Leeds UK. They have established themselves in market as one of the strongest in retailing sector through their affordable products and services and high customer satisfaction. This report will focus on factors of organisation behaviour such as culture, politics and power along with their impact on individual’s behaviour and performance. It will also focus on how motivation plays a key role in altering behaviour of individuals and teams. Moreover, understanding for various leadership styles and their consequences on effectiveness of a team and its impact on behaviour of individuals.
P1 Analysing influence and impact of an organisation's culture, politics, power on individuals and team in relation to their behaviour and performance.
Culture is a vital aspect of business and has a substantial impact on development of strategic direction for an organisation. It plays a crucial role in influencing overall management decision-making and all its functioning from accounting to production (Bhatia and Baruah ., 2020). To further gain in-depth understanding of culture, Handy's typology of culture and Hofstede Model of Organisational Culture will be used. The model involves different form of culture which are as follows:
This type of culture revolves around a centralised authoritative individual who possess majority of power within an organisation. These leaders aim towards growth of an organisation and have the ability to make quick decisions to bring efficiency in achieving organisational objectives.
It is a culture which is focused towards attaining correct individuals and providing them with a task to be performed (Brock and McAliney eds., 2019). This culture revolves around teamwork which is lead by experienced individuals who can guide the team in right direction to attain organisational objectives.
This culture is concerned with delegating roles and responsibilities to subordinates according to their certain abilities within an organisation (Campbell, Shotter and Draper, ., 2018). Each individual has an appropriate job description, procedures for communication and rules that help eliminate chances of disruption in organisational functioning.
This is one of the most uncommon type of culture that is utilised within an organisation as it is run by individual and has no actual real power. In this culture individuals are the focal point and structures only exist to serve and assist these in