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Providing an Efficient Organization Structure and Company Culture by Embedding Group Dynamic Consciousness

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  • Mehmet Saim Asci

    (Lecturer, Istanbul Medipol University, Istanbul, Turkey)

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As being a psychosocial creature, the human composing the organization has series of behavioral talents like feeling, idea, desire, ambition, hope and fear. Humans, besides their technical abilities, bring their hopes and concerns, their life philosophy, all exclusive behaviors with them to organizations where they belive they realize their porsonel hopes and desires and establish cooperation. As aresult, established organization has social, human structural property including different personal ideas and behaviors. It was understood that, humans in the organization do not always behave according to rules, which were set by management, and the economical human logic. Human behave in accordance with their emotions and feeling. Because organizations can not satisfy all needs of humans by assigning formal tasks and physical facilities. As a result of these complex reasons generally the members of the organizations, which are established to perform certain official tasks, establish unofficial organizations by developing relations among themselves in order to satisfy their personal needs and feelings. In this study, accepting the value and importance of the official organization, it is desired to tell that unofficial organization is real and important at least the official organization. Becouse at the same time organizations are feelings system, it is beneficial to determine the role of the human in the organization and to regulate the organizationto this fact. Key Words: Formal Organizations, Informal Organizations, Group Dynamics, Organizational Clicks, Groups

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  • Mehmet Saim Asci, 2016. "Providing an Efficient Organization Structure and Company Culture by Embedding Group Dynamic Consciousness," International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), Center for the Strategic Studies in Business and Finance, vol. 5(6), pages 62-69, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:rbs:ijbrss:v:5:y:2016:i:6:p:62-69
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