Organizational Behavior

Pro-Net Case Study Employee Perception equity theory, reinforcement theory, and expectancy theory The Worst Part Was That She Was Often Right Photo by Microsoft Edge on Unsplash
Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior

Contemporary Motivational Theories: Equity Theory, Reinforcement Theory, and Expectancy Theory

Introduction Every organization wants to avoid employing half-hearted employees, but even the most motivated person can feel down and dissatisfied. The motivation issue is one of the main problems in the organizational setting. No wonder, this is one of the most frequently researched topics in organizational behavior (Robbins & Judge, […]

Cambridge Suites Halifax Case Study Luxury Hotel Customer Behavior Mandarin Oriental Hotel Photo by Marten Bjork on Unsplash
Case Study, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior

Motivational Factors and Working Environment at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Case Study

Introduction In order to improve its excellence in customer satisfaction, Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Bangkok provided a unique approach that aimed to improve the well-being of its human resource. As the world leader in hospitality management, the hotel ensures that the highest level of customer service can be provided by […]

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Leadership, Organizational Behavior

Autocratic, Bureaucratic, and Charismatic Leadership with Real Leader Examples

No leadership style is effective for all circumstances (Kinicki & Fugate, 2017). Scholars have identified three traditional leadership styles: autocratic, bureaucratic, and charismatic leadership. These styles have their advantages and disadvantages that may be suitable in a particular circumstance, but not suitable in a different situation. The autocratic leadership style […]