Organizational Behaviour

Track Chair:
Dr. Hussain Tariq,
NUST Business School ([email protected])
Description: Organizational behavior is devoted to understanding individuals and groups within an organizational context. The field focuses on attributes, processes, behaviors, and outcomes within and between individual, interpersonal, group, and organizational levels of analysis. The
track (Organizational Behavior) is looking forward to receiving empirical research focused at individual characteristics such as beliefs, values, personality, and demographic attributes, and individual processes such as learning, perception, motivation, emotions, and decision making;
interpersonal processes such as trust, justice, power/politics, social exchange, and networks; group/team characteristics such as size, diversity, and cohesion, and group/team processes such as development, leadership, decision making, and cooperation and conflict; organizational
processes and practices such as leadership, goal setting, work design, feedback, rewards, communication, and socialization; contextual influences on individuals and groups such as organizational and national culture, and organizational identity and climate; and the influence of all of the above on individual, interpersonal, group, and organizational outcomes such as
performance, creativity, attachment, citizenship behaviors, stress, absenteeism, turnover, deviance, and ethical behavior.


personality, perception, beliefs, attitudes, values, motivation, career behavior, stress, emotions, judgment, and commitment, team composition, structure, leadership, power, group affect, and politics, structure, change, goal-setting, creativity, and human resource management
policies and practices, decision-making, performance, job satisfaction, turnover and absenteeism, diversity, careers and career development, equal opportunities, work-life balance, identification, organizational culture and climate, inter-organizational processes, and multi-national and crossnational