Determine the anticipated outcomes or challenges at each level of the organization for each behavior theory that you applied.
Analysis: Following the interview, your manager asks you to use your notes about the candidate to write a report. You will need to provide context to your manager on organizational behavior and how it impacts the organization. Your manager has asked you to provide a holistic view of what motivates the candidate. You choose two behavior theories to apply in order to meet the expectations of your manager. Be sure to explicitly state which two theories you chose to apply in your report.
Describe in detail your process for applying each behavior theory as it relates to the candidate.
Determine the anticipated outcomes or challenges at each level of the organization for each behavior theory that you applied. Consider how the individual, group, and organization are motivated and what behavioral changes are likely to occur by hiring the candidate.
Proposal: Your manager is quite confident that they will hire this candidate and needs your help to create a plan for on boarding the new employee. You will need to consider how the individual, team members, and organization will be affected by hiring this person. Propose strategies that your manager should implement to effectively support each level of the organization during this transition.
Recommend interventions to ensure new-hire and organizational success for each behavior theory you applied. Consider the following:
How can your manager motivate and support the candidate and team members?
What emerging trends currently exist in organizational behavior management?
Describe the limitations, risks, and ethical considerations of applying behavior theory to inform decisions.
Explain how recommending interventions impacts organizational performance. Consider the concept of an open system.