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What Is Organizational Behavior and Why Is It Important? Organizational behavior (OB) is the study of human behavior in organizations. It is an academic discipline devoted to understanding individuals, teams, interpersonal processes, and organizational dynamics.
Importance of Organizational Behavior The real importance of OB boils down to how it helps you develop the skills needed for a successful career in our ever-changing world. 
common foundations “networking,” “connecting,” “ideating,” “collaborating,” “helping,” “linking,” “supporting,” “seeking,” and “performing.
Smart workforce shifting communities of action in which knowledge and skills are shared to solve real and complex problems.
Collaboration leaders
Scientific Foundations of Organizational Behavior scientific understanding of individuals and groups in organizations, and of the performance implications of organizational processes, systems, and structures.4
Organizational behavior is an interdisciplinary body of knowledge strong ties to the behavioral sciences—psychology, sociology, and anthropology—as well as to allied social sciences such as economics and political science. 
The ultimate goal of OB to improve the performance of people, groups, and organizations, and to improve the quality of work life overall.
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