Organisational behaviour is the study of an individual's behaviour in business settings, interface between individual's behaviour and the enterprise itself. Individuals in an organisation behave differently when they acting separately from their business enterprise. One of the main objectives of organisational behaviour is revitalization of organisational theory and building a better conceptualization of corporate culture (Pinder, 2014). Present report is based on analysis of Intercontinental Hotel group (IHG), which is a British multinational Hospitality company regulating its business across various countries. Corporate culture within Hotel is recognised to understand the flow of authorities and responsibilities between staff at workplace. IHG has major growth and recognition in hospitality industry of UK and other countries by promoting appropriate culture within enterprise.
Study aims to determine the ways through which culture, politics and power influence individual’s and team behaviour as well as performance in Hotel Group. Further, different content and process theories of motivation have been analysed to determine their support in accomplishment of organisational goals. At last, different aspects have been discussed that makes an effective team as opposed to an ineffective team within e