Organizational Behaviour

  • Filename: organizational-behaviour.
  • ISBN: 1292092882
  • Release Date: 2016-08-06
  • Number of pages: 856
  • Author: Andrzej Huczynski
  • Publisher: Pearson

Organizational Behaviour is the most established and yet most engaging book of its kind available today. Whatever your background, Buc and Huc will enable you to view organisations and their actions in a whole new way.

Organizational Behaviour in a Global Context

  • Filename: organizational-behaviour-in-a-global-context.
  • ISBN: 1551930579
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Number of pages: 599
  • Author: Albert J. Mills
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press

"At last there is a lucid, well-written OB book, which covers key issues required in OB teaching, but which has a mind of its own. Students and faculty will recognize this is more than standard fare." - Bill Cooke, Manchester Business School

Organizational Behaviour

  • Filename: organizational-behaviour.
  • ISBN: 9780470710333
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Number of pages: 689
  • Author: Ray French
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

This new edition builds on the strengths and successes of the first edition and has been fully updated to reflect changes in the world of work, following the global financial crisis. The authors combine a managerial approach, focusing on practical, real–world applications, with a rigorous critical perspective that analyses the research behind the theories. The text addresses alternative theoretical perspectives, in parallel to the introduction of new worldwide cases and examples. New pedagogical features, such as the Ethical Dilemma and Critical Thinking boxes, reinforce the critical approach. The concise coverage of the core topics can be applied to both one–semester and year–long teaching and learning patterns.

Organisational Behaviour

  • Filename: organisational-behaviour.
  • ISBN: 0826453872
  • Release Date: 2000-11-06
  • Number of pages: 381
  • Author: G. A. Cole
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA

A text on organizational behaviour, for second-year (and beyond) degree students on semesterized courses. A three-part structure links theory, case studies and a "workbook" section of questions and mini-cases.

Organizational Behaviour and Management

  • Filename: organizational-behaviour-and-management.
  • ISBN: 1861529481
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Number of pages: 877
  • Author: John Martin
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA

This comprehensive and accessible introduction to organizational behaviour balances sociological and psychological perspectives to provide the perfect core text for students at undergraduate and MBA level. John Martin successfully blends together theory, practical application and critical reflection and encourages students to develop practical and theoretical understanding. Written in a clear and engaging way the text includes learning objectives, discussion and research questions, ‘management in action’ panels, ‘stop and consider’ boxes and excellent chapter summaries. An accompanying website includes extensive resources for both you and your students.

Organizational Behaviour In Construction

  • Filename: organizational-behaviour-in-construction.
  • ISBN: 9781405189576
  • Release Date: 2011-06-20
  • Number of pages: 326
  • Author: Anthony Walker
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

'Behaviour in Construction' addresses the behaviour of people within the different organisations which make up construction projects and how this affects the way in which their firms perform their specific contribution to a project and their contribution to a project as a whole.

Organizational Behaviour

  • Filename: organizational-behaviour.
  • ISBN: 9781134634699
  • Release Date: 2013-03-05
  • Number of pages: 232
  • Author: Paul Smith
  • Publisher: Routledge

Clear, concise, and written by experts currently lecturing in the field, Organizational Behaviour focuses exclusively on what you need to know for success in your business course and today's global economy. For a focused view of organizational behaviour, this is the book for you. The concise, accessible style makes this the perfect text for introductory courses covering organizations and is well suited to international students. This innovative textbook features: a clear and thought-provoking introduction to organizational behaviour relevant, cutting-edge case studies with global focus hot topics such as emotional intelligence, corporate responsibility, Generation Y and ethics keep you up-to-date with current business thinking summaries, activities, key theme boxes and review questions to help reinforce your understanding Part of the 360 Degree Business series, which provides accessible yet stimulating introductions to core business studies modules, this textbook comes with additional support materials including further case studies, revision summaries and interactive multiple choice questions available online at

Organizational Behavior

  • Filename: organizational-behavior.
  • ISBN: 9780133071610
  • Release Date: 2012-02-27
  • Number of pages: 720
  • Author: Stephen P. Robbins
  • Publisher: Pearson Higher Ed

This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Robbins/Judge presents current, relevant research in a clear, reader-friendly writing style. Globally accepted and written by one of the most foremost authors in the field, this is a necessary read for all managers, human resource workers, and anyone needing to understand and improve their people skills.

Organisation Behaviour

  • Filename: organisation-behaviour.
  • ISBN: 8174464743
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Number of pages: 427
  • Author: P.G. Aquinas
  • Publisher: Excel Books India

Structure of the Book: The structure is logical and easy to use. The book begins with an introductory section (Part I) which describes and illustrates the Foundations of Organizational Behaviour. The book next discusses, in Part II, Individual Processes and Behaviour. It then moves, in Part III, to examine the interactions among individuals in Group Behaviour. Part IV discusses The Organization System and, finally, in Part V, the book presents Organizational Dynamics.Numerous up-to-date examples: Because many students have limited exposure to real organizations, the book contains recent examples from a broad spectrum of organizations to illustrate the major concepts and to help students apply the knowledge.Some Distinctive Pedagogical Features: Organizational Behaviour offers a number of distinctive, time tested and interesting features for students as well as new and innovative features. These features should facilitate the students' acquisition and retention of the material.v Learning objectives focus student attention on upcoming chapter content and show what happens to the manager or organization.v Cases at the end of the chapter provide students an opportunity to apply their knowledge in making managerial decisions and recommendations.v Numerous review and discussion questions follow each chapter. These questions are designed to enhance student learning and interest.

Organizational Behaviour

  • Filename: organizational-behaviour.
  • ISBN: 9780749463618
  • Release Date: 2013-01-03
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Author: Stephen Perkins
  • Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

There is a large body of shared knowledge between the study of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management but despite the crossover, they are often treated as very distinct disciplines. Written by a team of experts across both fields, Organizational Behaviour bridges the gap between OB and HRM, with an emphasis on inter-cultural and cross-cultural perspectives of organizational development, talent management, and leadership. Through a critical analysis of existing literature and case studies, the contributors cover topics such as corporate governance, ethical business practices, employee morale and motivation, performance management, corporate politics and conflict resolution, workplace diversity, creativity, and change management - all within the framework of current global employment standards and best practices.

Organizational Behavior 6

  • Filename: organizational-behavior-6.
  • ISBN: 9780765629975
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Number of pages: 367
  • Author: John B. Miner
  • Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

This is the first and only book dealing with how the new psychological research on the unconscious applies to foundational theories of organizational behavior. It covers both micro and macro organizational theories, and seeks to show how these theories would benefit from more consideration of unconscious activations. An introductory chapter addresses historical matters, evaluative dimensions, and opposing views with regard to the new unconscious research. Part I then takes up various theories of motivation, and how each does or might incorporate unconscious processes. Part II is concerned with theories of leadership, and applies a similar approach to unearthing unconscious considerations. Part III moves to organizational decision making, again stressing how unconscious activations may operate with theories of this type. This perspective is continued in Part IV on systems concepts and organization, in Part V on bureaucracy-related concepts, and in Part VI dealing with sociological concepts of organizations. The final chapter demonstrates how organizational behavior as a whole has been biased towards conscious theories, and against an unconscious perspective. The book includes many direct quotes from key research documents and citations from numerous meta-analytic studies. Each chapter begins with a handy outline of key chapter topics, and the book includes exceptionally complete and current references.

Organisational Behaviour for Social Work

  • Filename: organisational-behaviour-for-social-work.
  • ISBN: 9781847422798
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Number of pages: 186
  • Author: Gavin Bissell
  • Publisher: Policy Press

"Organizational Behaviour for Social Work unites the well-established study of behaviour in organizations with the special, and sometimes unusual, organizational settings of social work practice. In doing this, it recognizes the gendered nature of social work organizations, but, uniquely, retains simultaneously the valuable insights of mainstream organizational behaviour research, despite its often male context. Another innovation of the book is the targetting of non-traditional organizational behaviour audiences. For, where previous textbooks have tended to cater for managers, this book is aimed at the social work practitioner, and others who interact with social work organizations. Finally, the book uses real social work case examples to flesh out traditional organizational behaviour concepts, and, in doing so, also explains the impact of recent organizational changes upon social work practice." -- Publisher's website.

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