Running head: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 1
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 7
Michael J. Bonnie
June 5, 2014
Organizational behavior is the study of how employee's behavior interacts within an agency's work environment. It includes many subjects which include sociology, communication, psychology, and management. Its primary purpose is to review and report in the ever expanding study in criminal justice organizational behavior areas in the workforce. This discussion focuses on the forces of change and the approaches to managing organizational change in criminal justice agencies, including identifying observable aspects of organizational cultures (Robbins & Judge, 2013).
What social, political, and organizational behavior can influence change in criminal justice agencies?
The criminal justice field is an ever evolving field. As today's technology changes so does the way the criminal justice field interacts with that technology. As our society changes the technology that we use will also be altered to fit the situation.
The barriers that come along can affect how the criminal justice field interprets what to do next. The basis of the criminal justice system is to protect and serve the community as a whole. Keeping up with the changes in society in our social, political, and organizational behavior is a vital part of our criminal justice system. There will be fewer barriers as it relates to females in the criminal justice field as well as minorities in particular roles in the different departments because of the social, organizational, and political behavior changes in the criminal justice system and these barriers are being torn down consistently. Statistically there will be more women and minorities in the criminal justice field by the year 2020 than white males (Schmallager, F., 2011).
Currently with the political behavior changes in the criminal justice system is the problem in our society on...