Study of Contemporary Organizational Behavior—Its Characteristics, Concepts, and Significance | Original Article
Organizational investigations include the investigation of organizations from numerous perspectives, techniques, and levels of examination. One of the fundamental objectives of organizational scholars is, as indicated by Simms (1994), to rejuvenate organization hypothesis and build up a superior conceptualization of organizational life. An organization scholar ought to precisely consider levels suspicions being made in theory, and is worried to encourage directors and overseers. In this article define a descriptive view point of contemporary organizational behavior and present an overview of the rest of this. Finally, we examine several contextual perspectives that provide the general framework from which we can develop a more comprehensive examination of human behavior at work.