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October 17, 2013

Thinking about: Know who you work for

In an organization the movement of its employees is peremptory in order to create, develop, improve or change a process, product, services or several of them; many reasons can generate this variation. whatever cause it, the effect is directly hitting on its workers and one the consequences which falls on them is the inclusion of new workers.

The new ones have to adapt as well as the others to the environment. Lets say in this case; A new leader in a team. As I said before "adapt to the environment" in this context I would say is referring Get to know where you work for. It is known that even when the best references are given about a workplace it are providing by second hand:just apart is known, therefore, have the whole picture as organizational culture in a company is mandatory, if this person is a new member as individual can fit in a wide range of ways in it depending upon the context.


the behaviour is moulded by the organisation; the shape is the results of the environment developed, supported and guided along the time by situations. These are sorted through actions which are provided or dictated by human. Having said that and knowing feelings and emotions are fundamental in life for a person to growth then is important to recognise the context to understand the organizational behaviour.


Hierarchy shows scales, absorb who does what in the company from the very beginning as well how the decision are made inside of that scale is one of the main points to get involve and solve situations. Get to know peers and how they develop and achieve their goals is an example. Which are the systems which help to have the work done and the correct way to used referring to equipment, processes, treatment, relations with clients etc. In addition, how the changes have been made or deal it is another example as well as organizational promotion and possibilities to develop new skills during those variations in horizontal, vertical or radial movements.

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