Organizational behaviour basically defines the interaction of human beings in a given organization and analysis of individuals and groups characteristics facilitates better understanding, prediction and improvisation in work place, leading to improved performance.
A review topic such as human behavior covers very large literatures in many different fields. The focus of this review is on topics that would engage salient interests about the human history, society, and knowledge about dynamics that might positively affect our future prospects. The idea here is not to address humans outside of their social contexts or that address how to manipulate human beings, to create robots to replace human beings, to design the control panels of weapons for use against human beings, as some of my colleagues have egregiously done. The study of human dynamics might better serve the goals of human existence rather than misguided ideas about the means to those ends. By looking at issues of human behavior in the contexts which which the majority of people live studies of dynamics can address the large questions such as the feedback between our behavior and anthropic climate change, the effects of the built environment, that between humans behavior, population, resources, resource distribution, scarcity, and warfare, and a host of other topics where dynamics becomes crucial for our understanding of the interaction between social, behavioral and earth processes.
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It is of utmost importance that parents put effort (a lot of effort) into nurturing the relationship they have with their child. I like to use the analogy of a gardener trying to raise a flower garden. Simply pulling the weeds is not enough. The gardener must water, feed, and provide a protected environment to achieve the desired result. Time, effort, and great patience must be put into the garden. Positive feedback and physical affection are needed to develop the oppositional child into a child who is responsive. Regularly tell the child what they are doing right. NEVER use the phrase, "Your a bad boy/girl." This sets up an expectation that the child may feel obligated to meet. Instead make the child feel as if any misbehavior on their part is inconsistent with who they are. Say, "What you did was wrong and I can't understand why a smart/good/wonderful kid like you would do that."
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Gone are the days of tuning poorly-behaved injectors with little data, and even less understanding of what makes them perform so poorly. Gone are the days of asking your injector supplier for pertinent data and getting a response ranging from a condescending attitude, to a blank stare.
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From within a social science perspective, it may seem odd that the study of scale-invariance, so common in physics, and which connects multifractal dynamics with power laws, should erupt into the kinds of turbulence that is studied in hydrodynamics. When physicists site down with social scientists to discuss modeling, early conversations range from how the latter are so fascinated with Pareto laws, such as those of income distribution, and which seem to have a “stable” condition that normalizes class division, while the former (physicists) typically study power laws as they converge on the very small or the very large where disruption and phase transition occurs. Mandelbrot’s work in the mathematics of markets, initially puzzling to economists, provides the best discussion about how these two seemingly irreconcilable conceptions of invariance can coincide. The convergence of these two frameworks—stabilities and instabilities—is also beautifully exemplified in the work of Santa Fe Institute groups working on biological, ecological, and social scaling. Misunderstandings are partly due to how things look through opposite ends of multiple spectroscopes.
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The first step in changing unhealthy behavior is to understand it. It is important for co-dependents and their family members to educate themselves about the course and cycle of addiction and how it extends into their relationships. Libraries, drug and alcohol abuse treatment centers and mental health centers often offer educational materials and programs to the public.