• The ultimate goal of organizational behavior is controlling, at least in part and develops some human activity at work. Administrators are responsible for the performance results, so vitally interested in effects on behavior, skill development, teamwork and productivity of employees. They need to improve outcomes through their actions and those of its employees, and organizational behavior can help them achieve that purpose.
Some people fear that the tools of organizational behavior are used to restrict their freedom and depriving them of their rights. While this is possible, it is also unlikely, since the actions of managers are subject to major revisions. Administrators have to remember that organizational behavior is a tool for the benefit of human beings. It applies broadly to the behavior of people in all types of organizations, including businesses, government agencies, schools and service organizations. Where there are organizations, there is a need to describe, understand, predict and improve the management of human behavior.