Relations in organizational environment

Ivaylo Iliev


A non-interacting organization cannot exist in the world and in same way a man cannot live without interacting with the world around him. This interaction includes professional life and relationships that occur in it. Generally there are two opposing statements related to the impacts of an organization. First option is when someone is able to control completely (or at least enough) emotions of other colleagues in the organization. In this way he actually adapts the whole organization to himself. Second option is when someone adapts himself to the organization, no matter if he accepts its mission and values or not. Of course combinations are possible between these two options.

Ключови думи

Organizational behavior; Organizational environment; Relations between individual and organization


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