The BBC has been observed important change in past few years leading to an independent review in 2016 which found that there were some “ serious failings in the BBC's culture and its systems of communication, management and investigation” (Smith, 2016:32) at the time, with concerns around bullying and harassment or staff complaints not being listened to. The gender gap between the staff has been increased.
The new general director was appointed in 2015 who has spearheaded, via the HR department, large scale re organisation, leading to the development of a culture which observed the people “coming to work wanting to do the best they can” Read thoroughly appendices 1 and 2 and conduct research on the subject and on the BBC to answer the relevant question.
LO1. Evaluate the influence of culture, politics and power on the behaviour of other in an organisational context.
LO2. Analyse how to motivate and encourage the individual and team to sustain goal.
Consider the following affected behaviour of staff within the BBC in the recent past and today?:
Power and political behavior of managers
Must include: Case study and Smith Review (2016) findings and must also apply appropriate theories: Organisational culture e.g. Handy’s typology, Hofstede’s work, Deal and Kennedy; Power e.g. French and Raven’s power types; Political behaviour of managers e.g. Chanlat’s characteristics of such behaviour. Consider the more negative aspects of what happened in the past at the BBC and how behaviour and culture has changed, (See appendix 2).
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To Achieve M1
Frame your answer to P1 by critically evaluating how the culture, politics and power of an organisation can influence individual and team behaviour and performance.
A) Explain how content and process theories of motivation can help to achieve
Tips: What are the model/theory involves and make the link between this and individual and team effectiveness. You must refer to at least one content and one process theory in your answer.B) How will improved levels of motivation within the BBC help to achieve its organisational goals?
Task 2(a) and (b) will award you P2
To achieve merit (M2):
Frame your answer to P2 by critically analyse how to influence the behaviour of others through the effective application of behavioural motivational theories, concepts and models.
To achieve distinction (D1):
Frame your answer to P1 and P2 by critically examine the relationship between culture, politics, power and motivation that enables teams and organisations to succeed providing justified recommendations.
LO1. Highlight an understanding of how to cooperate effectively with others.
LO2. Develop concepts and theories of organisational behaviour to a given business situation.
1.) Explain the different types of teams (e.g., functional, problem solving and project and virtual teams), within the BBC and why having various types of teams is
2.) Describe what makes an effective team in the BBC. In answering this question you should relate to appropriate theory such as Tuck man and Jensen’s model of team development and/or Belbin's team roles.
Task 3 (a) and (b) will award you P3
To achieve merit (M3):
Frame your answer to P3 by evaluating relevant team and group development theories to support the development of dynamic cooperation.
1.) Develop an appropriate organisational concept/theory (such as path-goal theory) suggest how team performance and productivity could be improved within the
2.)What have been the main challenges to effective performance within the BBC?
Task 4 (a) and (b) will award you P4
To achieve merit (M4):
Develop your answer to P4 by exploring and analysing how concepts and philosophies of OB.
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