NAME COURSE INSTRUCTOR INSTITUTION How organizational behavior influences the American government in the creation of public policies Overview Organizational behavior is termed as the study of both an individual and a group in an organizational set up. It also looks at how the organizational structure shapes the behavior of individuals. Human beings are social beings and in a group they tend to mingle and learn from others. Their behavior is shaped by social experience and circumstances in the organization. In return such behavior can influence the government when they are forming public policies. Since the government invites the public to take part in formation of public policies the experiences of employees at the workplace can influence their participation in policy making. On the other hand shared beliefs among employees can make have enough finances to fund the treatment of their children. Therefore making policies that put this into consideration will be a benefit to them and the government. Trevor R. “Policy-making process and interest groups: how do local government associations influence policy outcome in Europe? American Journal of Political Science vol. 5 no. 10 2015 pp. 5-10. This indicates that organizational behavior can influence policy making in so many ways. Employees have different ways to enforce the decisions that they want considered as one of the interest groups in policy formulation. Apart from labor strikes and trying to influence policy makers to buy their argument they also tend to educate the public on the effects of certain policies. The public can then either buy it or oppose policies that oppress their rights. [...]
You will create an annotated bibliography that can serve as a research foundation for future work in interdisciplinary research. Your Interdisciplinary Annotated Bibliography must follow the current style format of your Area of Study I (including a title page) and consist of at least 10 empirical, scholarly sources that have been published within the last 5 years. All sources must be directly related to your research question. Be sure to select a variety of respected sources that can be used in a paper (e.g. journal articles, e-books, scholarly websites, etc.).