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Project Management: Perceptual Errors

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People make countless perceptual errors everyday. These errors are:
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Better Decision Comes from Understanding Emotional and Physiological Responses

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Better decisions come from understanding how emotional and physiological responses brought about by the environmental conditions we are experiencing govern out thought processes.
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Motives, Behavior and Needs

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Motives are the caused behavior. A motive is what prompts to act in a certain way or at least develop a propensity for specific behavior. A person’s choice of one course of action over others depends on his or her motive.
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Beliefs is a Psychological Process

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Belief is a psychological process which is an increasingly important issue in today’s organizations. It is a positive expectation that another will not act opportunistically.
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Challenges and Opportunities for Organizational Behavior

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Challenges and opportunities for organizational behavior can be better understood with the help of following points.
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Basic Assumptions of Organizational Behavior (OB)

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Organizational behavior is based on the basic concept of human relations which is a noteworthy social approach towards the establishment of inter-personal relationship between superiors and subordinates.
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Significant of Learning in Organization

Learning is any relatively permanent change in behavior that occurs as a result of experience. We can say that the changes in the behavior indicate that learning has taken place and that learning is a change in behavior.
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Microprocessor Architecture - Educate sansar

Microprocessor architecture can be defined as the set of basic rules that define the components of a microprocessor, their organization, along with the way
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How to enforce Windows 10 upgrade on our PC?

On July 29th, 2015, the long awaited operating system of Microsoft, Windows 10 was released. However, a lot of people haven't still got the opportunity of g
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Attitudes, Values and Beliefs

Attitude refers to the individual judgments concerning objects, people or events. They refer to favorable or unfavorable statements which reflects how an individual feel about a particular object, people or events. It can be stated as the collection of beliefs, feelings and behavioral intentions towards an object. Attitudes can be related to emotion but they differ as attitudes are judgmental whereas emotions are experienced.
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Organizational Behavior and its Emerging Trends

Organizational behavior is concerned with the study of how and what people act in organizations and also how their behave affect the performance of the organization from one side. The other sides, it applies knowledge gained about an individuals and groups in order to make organizations work more effectively.
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Behavioral Approach

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Behavioral Approach is the most important approach in the study of management and administration that has emerged during 20th century. The group which has the greatest influence in the growth and development of this new field, consisted of Chester Brrnard, J. G. March, Herbert Simon, Douglas McGregor, Abraham Maslow, Rensis Likert, Warren Bennis, etc. Behaviorist’s empirical investigation based on systematic and detailed observation in organizations supported by findings of social sciences of human behavior, provided the basis for building uniformities and concepts, which could be utilized by managers for improved practises, instead of relying on personal experience which was often based on insufficient foundation in fact.
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Factors Affecting Perception

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Perception refers to the ways in which a person experiences the world. Perception is the process by which people organize, interpret and experiences the ideas. This process of perception helps us to manage noises, sights, smells, tastes received from the environment and give a meaning to them.
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Perceptual Process

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The perceptual process is a sequence of steps that starts with the stimuli that happen in our surroundings and leads through nerve transmission through peripheral and central nerves and the brain and results to our perception of what is going on.
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Sensation, Emotion and Cognitive Dissonance

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Sensation can be defined as individual capacity to sense the world. Each and every motivated individual senses the world, interprets it, responds to it and reacts to the results of his own responses.
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Understanding Individual Behavior in an Organization

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The behavior of an individual is influenced by various factors. Some of the factors lie within himself
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Assignment Operators in C Programming

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There exist different assignment operators in C which are used to form assignment expressions that assign the value of an expression to an identifier. The g
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Person's Perception

Person perception refers to the process by which an individual attribute characteristics or traits to other people. It is concerned with making judgment about other.
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Role of Learning in Organization

Learning is a continuous process. It occurs all the time. Learning is any relatively permanent change in behavior that occurs as a result of experience. Learning is not only important to employee but also it is important for managers.
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Operant Conditioning

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Operant conditioning theory was developed by B. F. Skinner. This theory is also known as behavioral modification and reinforcement theory. The theory states that the conditioning of behavior leads to reward or prevent punishment.
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Classical Conditioning

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Classical conditioning is a type of conditioning where an individual responds to some stimulus that would not invariably produce such a response. Classical conditioning grew out of experience to teach dogs to salivate in response to ringing of the bell, conducted by Russian psychologist, Ivan Pavlov.
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Levels of Organizational Behavior

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The OB is concerned with the systematic study of what people do in the organization and how their behavior affects organizations performance. Organizational behavior has three basic levels.
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Public Administration, Public Policy Making and Policy Analysis

Policy is what government says; do or do not do. It indicates the goals or purpose of the government programs. For example, to eliminate poverty, to train human resources etc. Policy is an important ingredient of the programs. Policy cannot be implemented without effective programs.
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Bureaucracy: Theoretical Perspective

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The term Bureaucracy is derived from the French word Bureau and Cracy. Bureau means desks with drawers and Cracy means the government. Martin Albrow has traced the term “Bureaucracy” back to 1745, when Vincent de Gournay, a French physiocrat, used it to describe the Prussian government.
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