Organizational behaviour: understanding and managing life at work
This readable, research-based book contains a somewhat psychological approach that is balanced by engaging business and management features. Clearly presented theory is backed up by real-world cases, discussion questions, and experiential exercises. Comprehensive coverage includes organizational behaviour and management; personality and learning; perception, attribution, and judgment of others; values, attitudes, and work behaviour; theories of work motivation; motivation in practice; groups and teamwork; social influence, socialization, and culture; leadership; communication; decision making; power, politics, and ethics; conflict and stress; organizational structure; environment, strategy, and technology; organizational change, development, and innovation. For organizations' individuals who want to be successful and happy in the workplace.
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Appendix Research in Organizational Behaviour
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