Organizational Behavior


This journal discusses Organizational behavior, which is a phenomenon that emerges from the collective interactions of its individuals and persons. The same way metabolic processes emerge from the interactions of a human’s individual organs, or the ant colony from the interactions of individual ants. Organizational behavior is at the core of what makes an Organization, perhaps even more important than the physical assets that the company might own.

Keywords: behavioral thinking, organization management, organizational behavior

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