The study of organizational behavior focuses on how people interact within a group, and its principles are primarily applied to make businesses operate more efficiently. Researchers have spent years studying organizational behavior to improve job performance, increase job satisfaction, promote innovation, and encourage leadership. Corporate human resources are built on it.

The Hawthorne Effect, which describes the way test subjects' behavior may change when they know they are being observed, is the best-known study of organizational behavior.

Education Programs

Understanding or studying organizational behavior promotes high output, minimal absenteeism, and minimal turnover

Dynamics of People and Organizations

Managing Demographic and Cultural Diversity

Understanding People at Work

Activities Involved

  • Sensory Time
  • Creative Time
  • Free Play with Technology Corner
  • Language Readiness
  • Puppet shows and skits
  • Opportunities for fine and gross motor