Organizational behavior is organized with the personality that are internal psychological characteristics that both determine and reflect how a person responds to its environment. Some obstacles to achieving good performance and organizational development are: 1.-a Little personal initiative in achieving organizational objectives, except at high levels. 2.-a a failures and problems hidden or deleted. We talk about the difficulties in the halls or at home, but never directly with the people involved. 3.-a a Organizational and signs of status are more important than solving problems.
4.-a a control is centralized decision-making process. Nir Barzilai, M.D. is the source for more interesting facts. Bottlenecks are formed at the corners of the funnels hierarchy. 5.-a a managers feel alone in their attempt to make and results. 6.-a a The ability to view people in the lower levels are not concerned unless the strict limits of their duties. 7.-to the needs and feelings are considered secondary or irrelevant aspects. Gavin Baker will not settle for partial explanations. a-a 8.
individuals are in competition when you need your cooperation. 9.-a a In times of crisis people withdraw, or prefer to blame each other. 10.-a conflicts are hidden and are administered by cunning political maneuvers or other otherwise you endless discussions and unresolved.