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workplace behavior analysis

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(cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Workplace Behavior Analysis Cohort 13,Group2 September,2012 Mark Will Shepherd Clover Patrick Robin Allen Introduction Questions or areas of analysis associated with the research project include:
What are the most acceptable and most unacceptable workplace behaviors?
When people are classified by demographics, what are the most acceptable and most unacceptable workplace behaviors?
How do these demographic factors affect the responses of workplace behaviors?
Is there any significant difference exist among the above analyses result in case of demographics? Purpose Purpose:

Define the cognition of employees in

companies on workplace behaviors.
Research objectives:
Determining the most acceptable and most unacceptable workplace behaviors to all the respondents.
Determining the most acceptable and most unacceptable workplace behaviors to the classified respondents.
Determining the respondents’ demographic profile.
Determining the demographic factors how affect the responses of workplace behaviors. Methodology Method one :Questionnaire In order to achieve the purpose of this project to obtain the specific research objectives, two questionnaires were designed to collect primary data
Sample size:933
The first questionnaire: How the respondents feel the behaviors?
The second questionnaire: The respondent’s personal information
Appendix A Method two:Proc Means SAS-----the leader in business analytic software
It is easy to see the means of different behaviors.
which behavior respondents feel most acceptable and which feel most unacceptable . Also it can be done when the demographic factors affect the response of workplace behaviors with the Proc Means.
Appendix C-----Table1-Table5 Method three:Proc Freq It can tell people the percent of some items among all the respondents.
Appendix D Method4:Proc Freq and the Chi-Square Statistics This project uses Proc Freq and the Chi-Square statistics to show whether or not there is a difference in the frequencies between two or three different groups of people through question one to question 25.
P< α significant difference p>α no difference
α=0.1
Appendix E Conclusion Introduction Question 5 and 6 Question 11 Using the output from Proc Freq, explain the respondents’ demographic profile.
What percent hold a managerial position? What percent hold a managerial position in
Accountancy, Finance, etc.? What percent supervise less than 50 employees, 50-100,
etc.? What percent work for a company that employs less than 500 employees, 500-
1,000, etc.? What percent are younger than 21, 21-25, etc.? What percent are male or
female? What percent are from Africa, Asia, etc.? What percent work for a company
that provides access to the Internet and e-mail? What percent work for a company that
has a written policy concerning the use of computer technology (Yes, No, Don’t
Know)? Question 12 ,13,14 and 15 Results and Discussion Using the output from Proc Means, construct Table 1 that displays the Q1 through Q25 means ranked from highest to lowest.

Using Table 1, explain which employee behaviors respondents feel are the most unacceptable and the most acceptable. Question one and two Question three and four Question 5 and 6 Question 12 ,13,14 and 15 Question 9 and 10 Using the output from Proc Means and Table 1, construct Table 2 that displays the means by whether or not the respondents hold a managerial position.

Using Table 2, explain which employee behaviors respondents feel are the most unacceptable and the most acceptable. Question five and six Using the output from Proc Means and Table 1, construct Table 3 that displays the means for each gender.
Using Table 3, explain which employee behaviors respondents feel are the most unacceptable and the most acceptable. Question seven and eight Using the output from Proc Means and Table 1, construct Table 4 that displays the means by whether the company provides employee access to the Internet and e-mail.
Using Table 4, explain which employee behaviors respondents feel are the most unacceptable and the most acceptable. Using the output from Proc Means and Table 1, construct Table 5 that displays the means by whether the company has a written policy concerning use of computer technology such as the Internet and e-mail.
Using Table 5, explain which employee behaviors respondents feel are the most unacceptable and the most acceptable. Question eleven Using the output from Proc Freq, explain the respondents’ demographic profile.
What percent hold a managerial position? What percent hold a managerial position in
Accountancy, Finance, etc.? What percent supervise less than 50 employees, 50-100,
etc.? What percent work for a company that employs less than 500 employees, 500-
1,000, etc.? What percent are younger than 21, 21-25, etc.? What percent are male or
female? What percent are from Africa, Asia, etc.? What percent work for a company
that provides access to the Internet and e-mail? What percent work for a company that
has a written policy concerning the use of computer technology (Yes, No, Don’t Know)? Question twelve Using the output from Proc Freq and the Chi-Square statistics for Q1 through Q25,is there a difference in the response profile for respondents who hold a managerial position versus those who do not hold a managerial position? Explain. Question thirteen Using the output from Proc Freq and the Chi-Square statistics for Q1 through Q25,is there a difference in the response profile between male and female respondents?Explain. Question fourteen Using the output from Proc Freq and the Chi-Square statistics for Q1 through Q25,is there a difference in the response profile for respondents who do or do not work for companies that provide employee access to the Internet and e-mail? Explain. Question fifteen Using the output from Proc Freq and the Chi-Square statistics for Q1 through Q25,is there a difference in the response profile for respondents who work for a company that has a written policy concerning use of computer technology such as the Internet and e-mail and those respondents who do not or do not know? Explain. Future Research In our report, future research is made up 3 parts. Part 1 :
A recommendation for future research in this project with larger and effective respondents as sample population. Such an expanded project would make it more accurate. Part 2:
Let’s look at the figure ,the proportion about the choice of “Don’t know” is 3.21%. This choice reduces the sample size for effective analysis, if the
choice is omitted, the research project can be extended. (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Policy Frequency Percent Don't know Yes No 121 138 657 13.21 15.07 71.72 very acceptable acceptable acceptable somewhat Acceptable unacceptable somewhat unacceptable unacceptable very Un acceptable uncertain Uncertain part 3
In future research,it will be constructed With this kind of combination, then it will get three choices.Acceptable, Uncertain and Unacceptable.This will do more help to find the significant differences in the responses. Judgments according to the overall mean: The questions which overall means>4.0 are unacceptable(T1)
The questions which overall means are about 4.0 are uncertain(T2)
The questions which overall means<4.0 are acceptable(T3) Judgments according to the means of the demographic profile of the respondents: Eleven questions have significant differences between people who hold a managerial position or not.(T4)
Nine questions have significant differences in case of gender.(T5)
Twelve questions have significant differences in case of IT Access.(T6)
Fourteen questions have significant differences in case of IT policy.(T7) To be concluded: Three questions are considered unacceptable by all respondents no matter how to be classified.(T8)
Although the overall means of fifteen questions indicate that they are unacceptable, different options exist in different classified groups.(T9)
The overall means of five questions indicate that they are uncertain, but different options exist in different classified groups.
The overall means of two questions indicate that they are acceptable, but different options exist in different classified groups.(T10) summary  Workplace behaviors related to IT
 Two questionnaire s: 25 behaviors and 9 demographics
 Sample size: 933 18 of the 25 behaviors are unacceptable
5 of 25 behaviors are uncertain
2 of 25 behaviors acceptable Significant Difference People hold different opinions about 22 of 25 behaviors
the cognition of workplace behaviors discord IT policy works, for people who are under an IT policy have more accurate understanding of those workplace behaviors. Background Overall means IT Policy Is Important Appendix Appendix A-1 Appendix A-2 Appendix B Table 1 Appendix c Appendix C Table 2-1 Appendix C Table 2-2 Appendix C Table3-1 Appendix c Table 3-2 Appendix C Table 4-1 Appendix C Table 4-2 Appendix c Table 5-1 Appendix C Table 5-2 Appendix C Table 5-3 Appendix D Table 5-1 Appendix D Table 5-2 Appendix D 5-3 Appendix E P-Value-1 Appendix E P-Value-2 Appendix E P-Value-3 Appendix E Table 12 Appendix E Table-12-1 Appendix E Table 13-1 Appendix E Table 13-2 Appendix E Table14-1 Appendix E Table 14-2 Appendix E Table 15-1 Appendix E Table 15-2 Appendix E Table 15-3 Appendix E P value -1 Appendix E P value-2 Appendix E P value-3 Appendix E Table 12-1 Appendix E Table 12-2 Appendix E Table 13-1 Appendix E Table 13-2 Appendix E Table
14-1 Appendix E Table 14-2 Appendix E Table 15-1 Appendix E Table 15-2 Appendix E Table 15-3 Thank you Cohort 13 Group 2 September 2012
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