Organizational Behavior : International Edition
Undergraduate/graduate-level courses in Organizational Behavior, Organizational Psychology, and Human Relations in departments of management, public administration, psychology, social work, political science, and education. This highly reputable text continues to provide the most comprehensive, reality-based review of organizational behavior of its kind. Fully engaging students with its lively, conversational style, it helps students explain and predict behavior in organizations - pivoting discussions around three levels of analysis: the individual, the group, and the organization system. *Contemporary content: E.g. Hudson Institutes Workforce 2020 report, organizational-citizenship behavior, emotions, trust, low and high context cultures. *Myth or Science boxes. *New/revised Point - Counterpoint dialogues. *Internet search exercises.
- Mixed media product | 643 pages
- 203 x 255 x 25mm | 1,178g
- 01 Feb 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 9th edition
Table of contents
I. INTRODUCTION. 1. What Is Organizational Behavior? II. THE INDIVIDUAL. 2. Foundations of Individual Behavior. 3. Values, Attitudes, and Job Satisfaction. 4. Personality and Emotions. 5. Perception and Individual Decision Making. 6. Basic Motivation Concepts. 7. Motivation: From Concepts to Applications. III. THE GROUP. 8. Foundations of Group Behavior. 9. Understanding Work Teams. 10. Communication. 11. Leadership and Trust. 12. Power and Politics. 13. Conflict and Negotiation. IV. THE ORGANIZATION SYSTEM. 14. Foundations of Organization Structure. 15. Work Design and Technology. 16. Human Resource Policies and Practices. 17. Organizational Culture. V. ORGANIZATIONAL DYNAMICS. 18. Organizational Change and Stress Management. Appendix A: The Historical Evolution of Organizational Behavior. Appendix B: Research in Organizational Behavior. Name Index. Organization Index. Glindex.