The Effects of Managers on Organizational Behaviors and Functions

Parisa Ehsan Kashani


The issue of organizational behavior is a complex and, at the same time, an important and significant factor in the success and fate of organizations. Hence, the attention of scholars and researchers is drawn to the issues affecting the workforce of organizations so that they can find ways to empower and optimize their existing human resources. The behavior of managers of organizations, especially operational managers who are directly related to manpower, has a major impact on human resource productivity and organizational growth and success. If the relationship between managers and employees is based on professional ethics, then this organization will definitely achieve its goals. And if it is based on unethical behavior, it will certainly prevent the organization from achieving its goals. Therefore, how to manage the managers of organizations should be such that by combining ethics with the current rules, the culture of useful work in the organization can be expanded. Experience has shown that many of the entrepreneurial forces that are prone to work within the organization are unknown due to management weakness and professional ethics by managers, which ultimately leads to the departure of the organization. Managers and leaders in organizations must rely on their skills to manage ethical values ​​within their organization.

Keywords: Management, Ethics, Organizational Function, Professional Ethics(behavior).

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/9-14-12

Publication date:July 31st 2019

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