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To Whom This May Concern,
Forgive me for not Tumblogging. In fact, the point of having a Tumblr initially for me is to still blog, but keeping it brief. Twelve months had passed since my last Tumblog regarding organizational citizenship behavior.
What happened since then?
Long time no micro-blogging. Apologies as I have been preoccupied by other obligations for the past seven months. We are now at the tip of the year. Merry holiday greetings everybody! God bless the Economy! Amen!
College has been interesting as I have invested most of my time this year out of the classroom. I’m not taking as many credit hours as I should be. I therefore can allocate my time this year to organize the event my student organization is hosting.
But I shall do a recount on that next. I want to write a blog topic on organizational citizenship behavior.
(WHAT THE HELL?)
“Organizational citizenship behavior (OCB), is defined as behavior that (a) goes beyond the basic requirements of the job, (b) is to a large extent discretionary, and (c) is of benefit to the organization” (Lambert, S.J., 2006, p. 503-525).
That definition is sufficient.
Keep up guys. If you belong in an organization, do show positive, ingratiating attitude towards your organization. (Did I get that right?).
It’s because they control resources you seek. (Translation: salary).
But if your organization doesn’t pay you, then you have to assess how much power they have over the resources you seek (i.e., membership). Now you should know the magnitude of your organizational citizenship behavior.
As for me, I am expected to demonstrate positive OCB. Negative OCB is moderated through my organization’s PR policies. I am forbidden to express my workload on social media and the virtual world.
I guess that is all from this brief blog post.
And I know some things I find hard to give a fvck means a lot to you…
AKB48xJKT48 LIVE Concert at Balai Kartini, Jakarta. Saturday, February 25th
How’s it going?
On February 25th, I decided to attend a concert of an Idol Group from Japan: AKB48. If you are a fanatic of all things Japan then you need no introduction to these lot. I was accompanying a friend who flew all the way from Borneo just to see them live.
The queue started as early as midday, despite the gates were scheduled to open at 5PM. When I got inside the venue, we were at the front but to the left. All thanks to the C-class ticket they were giving away for free on Facebook. Glow sticks were provided for the audiences.
After an introduction from the Japanese Ambassador to Indonesia and Indonesian Minister for Creative Economy, and some heavy chants from the diehard wotas, the girls appeared on stage and opened the show with Flying Get. Then after two more songs that I don’t remember, the sister group JKT48 took over with the Indonesian rendition of Kimi no koto Ga Suki dakara.
The show ended with the Akihabara ladies and Jakarta girls performing Heavy Rotation.
So why did I write about the concert? What you have just read is a recount and I haven’t written one of those since primary education. Although I am able to retell my whole experience of the concert (and I bet you do want me to, otakus), I have a journal on consumer behavior to read and a macroeconomics book to chew for the quiz tomorrow. You should be aware, however, that there are plenty of news on the concert available for you to browse and many “fancams” for you to watch on YouTube.
But yeah, I went to the concert.