Effect of the organisational values in individual behavior, Project Management

The individual is a central feature of organisational behavior and a necessary part of any behavioral situation. According to the study findings, that organisational value has helped in harnessing the potential of individual behavior. These organisations have succeeded in acquiring greater competitive capability through product and process innovation. A study done by the Aberdeen Group,saba (2009) indicated that organisational fit also known as cultural fit, surpassed other organisational attributes for first time applicants. If the company culture does not match the values, interests, work habits, and personality of the applicant, then that applicant either will not take the job or will only stay for a short while.The 'Person' culture is characteristic of the consensus model of management, where the individuals within the structure determine collectively the path which the organisation pursues.

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