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2020 | 18 | nr 2 (88) Management as a Historic Symphony - Historic Approach to Organizational Studies | 85--100
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Historical Development of Organizational Behavior Management

Warianty tytułu
Historyczny rozwój zarządzania zachowaniami organizacyjnymi
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Abstrakty
Cel: celem opracowania jest przegląd dotychczasowej literatury związanej z dziedziną zarządzania zachowaniami organizacyjnymi (OBM) i przedstawienie rozwoju OBM z perspektywy historycznej w oparciu o istniejącą literaturę. Postępowanie badawcze/metodologia/podejście: w ramach badania przeprowadzono wyszukiwanie słów kluczowych w artykułach dotyczących OBM opublikowanych od 1950 roku w powszechnie używanych bazach danych badań. Dokonano przeglądu wszystkich materiałów, tj. tytułów, streszczeń, kontekstu i metodologii, w celu ustalenia czy są one zgodne z celem opracowania.

Wyniki: z przeglądu historycznego wynika, że szeroko stosowane przez lata praktyki w zakresie OBM były widoczne w różnych sektorach pod koniec lat 60. i na początku lat 70. XX wieku. Pod koniec lat 80. dyscyplina OBM była już dobrze ugruntowana. Dobitnie świadczyły o tym interwencje oparte na analizie zachowania, które modyfikują zachowanie ludzi w pracy. Wyniki badań pokazują, że praktyki w zakresie OBM pomagają jednostce zrozumieć, jak wykonywać swoje zadania/czynności w organizacji, aby poprawił wyniki działalności.

Ograniczenia badawcze: badacze mają ograniczoną wiedzę, która zapewniałaby bezbłędną analizę przeszłych wydarzeń w dziedzinie OBM. Historyczny rozwój stosowania OBM i jego niedawny wkład można znaleść w publikacjach badawczych w czasopiśmie Journal of Organization Behaviour Management (JOBM).

Implikacje praktyczne: opracowanie przybliża etap rozwoju dziedziny OBM. Omówiono również sposób, w jaki OBM zmieniło analizę zachowania w celu poprawy wyników w miejscach pracy. Wydarzenia historyczne, takie jak modyfikacja zachowania Skinnera, doprowadziły do rozwoju OBM, co wpływa na tradycyjne zarządzanie. OBM jest obecnie stosowane w różnych sytuacjach przez praktyków.

Oryginalność/wartość: artykuł zawiera historyczną ocenę praktyk w zakresie OBM. Poszerza wiedzę na temat OBM i interwencji podejmowanych w jego ramach na przestrzeni czasu. Refleksje z badania wskazują, że praktyki w zakresie OBM są konieczne dla pomyślnego funkcjonowania różnych rodzajów organizacji. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Purpose: The study aims to review the existing literature linked to the field of Organization Behavior Management (OBM) and provide a historical account of OBM development based on the existing literature.

Design/methodology/approach: The study performs keywords search of published OBM articles from 1950 onwards in widely used research databases. All materials were reviewed, i.e., the title, abstract, background, and methodology, to determine whether they are in line with the objective of the current study.

Findings: The historical review shows that OBM practices applied widely over the years were visible in various sectors in the late 1960s and early 1970s. By the end of the 1980s, the OBM discipline was well established. It has produced considerable evidence through behavior analytic interventions that modify human behavior at work. Research findings show that OBM practices help an individual to understand how to carry out one's tasks/activities within the organization to improve business results. Research limitations: Research scholars have limited knowledge that provides an error-free study of the OBM field past events. The historical development of OBM involvements and their recent contributions can be found in research publications of the Journal of Organization Behavior Management (JOBM).

Practical implications: The current study provides insights about the developmental phase of the OBM field and discusses how it changed the behavior analytic for enhanced delivery at workplaces. Historical events such as Skinner's behavior modification account for the development of OBM that influences traditional management and is used today in a variety of situations by OBM practitioners.

Originality/value: This paper provides a historical evaluation of the OBM practices. It expands our knowledge of the OBM field and its interventions over time. Reflections of the study highlight the need for OBM practices for the successful functioning of various types of organizations. (original abstract)
Twórcy
  • Sukkur IBA University, Pakistan
  • Aix Marseille University, France
  • Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy Jozefow
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