Organizational behavior refers to analysis of the ways in which individuals and groups interact in a work setting and the way one organization behaves in interacting with others. Organizational culture, or the shared norms and values within an organization, is a common element of organizational behavior.
Micro-organizational behavior is the internal relationship between employees and work groups. The overall level of professionalism and respect among colleagues and coworkers is an example of a micro-topic. Macro organizational behavior refers to how companies operate and adapt to their environments and external entities. Leadership, team building and motivation are additional topics in organizational behavior.