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Organizational behaviour

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Berenika Bartnik

on 5 March 2013

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Barriers Factors of human understanding Internal factor Self-fulfilling Prophecy Enhancers Improving perceptions Technology and globalization The barriers and enhancers of human understanding Human understanding theory John Locke (1632-1704) Inconsistency - starting point of human understanding Perceptual Process Transparency Much more information nowadays
enables us to make better decisions Facilitated communication between countries.

Large improvements in means of transportation.

Opportunities to travel around the world.

Easier and faster to transport goods both locally and globally. We are LOSING: New barriers Non-verbal communication benefits Richness of cultures Mental models Stereotypes Existing knowledge, experience Culture Language Language does not merely report to the world, represent the world, describe the world. 

Rather, language creates worlds, and in that creation is power. 

Language creates, distorts, carries, discloses, hides, allows, oppresses, enriches, enthralls. Ken Wilber Language disguises

No meaning out of context Communication Process Factors External factors Technology Globalization Language “Without context, words and actions have no meaning at all.” Bateson apple
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