Organizational and the Individual Behavior

For instance, when the organization’s vision, mission, and goals relate to his or her motivations, the person resorts to good performance and cooperation.
An individual who has the physical and mental abilities and who is fully aware of these abilities can determine his capability to do an organizational task. For example, one who excels in good reasoning and memory, and analytical and verbal comprehension may efficiently attend to a work requiring or relating to these abilities, given the task and recognition. Furthermore, one who has a clear self-perception of his job or role also tends to have clear expectations and goals, and come up with sound decisions.

To be effective, an organization must “recognize and understand these differences in individual behavior and use them appropriately to increase synergy.” (Gupta, 2010)
Organizational leaders must assess and understand the individual behaviors of its people while each individual makes an effort to adapt to some situational factors in an organization which include the working environment, company policies, and ethical codes. and managerial orientation. The ethical codes of company support or inhibit the way the individual characteristics impact employee morale and organizational performance. According to Feigenbaum (2011), the code of ethics serves as an expectation and guideline for employee conduct and is one tool for achieving standards of ethical behavior in an organization.”