Management of Organizational Behaviour
The second edition of this text provides comprehensive coverage of organizational behaviour in a streamlined, readable format. Students learn by doing, with end-of-chapter exercises, case studies, and current real-world examples, most of which are new. This model-driven, research-based text provides students with skills they will need in their future careers. It offers a hands-on orientation with end-of-chapter exercises, cases and diagnostic questions, and provides a strong anchoring in theory and research, with extensive footnoting and original models. This work is intended for use on organizational behaviour courses at undergraduate level.
- Hardback | 816 pages
- 166.9 x 231.9 x 28.2mm | 716.67g
- 22 Nov 1994
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- International 2 Revised ed
Table of contents
INTRODUCTION. Organizational Behavior. International Dimensions of OB. Management and Managers. Thinking Critically About Organizations - Research Models. INDIVIDUALS IN ORGANIZATION. Diversity in Ability and Personality. Perception and Judgement. Motivation and Performance. Satisfaction and Stress. Managing Individuals in Organizations. INTERPERSONAL AND GROUP RELATIONS. Interpersonal Processes - Roles, Socialization and Communication. Group and Team Performance. Decision Making. Leadership. Managing Interpersonal and Group Relations - Micro Organization Development. THE ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT. Power, Politics and Conflict. Structuring the Organization. Job Design. Organization Design. Managing the Organization - Culture, Macro Organization Development, and Strategic Management.