Organisational Behaviour

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McGraw-Hill, 2006 - Organizational behavior - 724 pages
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Organisational Behaviour, 3econtinues to offer a comprehensive introduction to the theories of Organisational Behaviour within a contemporary European context. The revised part structure now accommodates new chapters that successfully integrate the latest research and theoretical developments in the field of OB.

Key features include:

  • New Structure: Heavily revised in order to reflect teaching needs; the 3rd edition now adopts a more traditional 4-part structure:
    1) Foundations of organisational behaviour
    2) Individual processes
    3) Group and social processes
    4) Organisational processes
  • New and Contemporary Content Coverage: A greater integration of the sociological approach to OB is supported further by 2 new chapters on structure and design. Contemporary new material brings the text up-to-date with coverage of change and innovation, and sustainable and ethical organisations.
  • Theoretical Underpinning: The text now contains more explicit references to both traditional and recent theoretical developments to compliment the strong illustrative nature of the text.
  • New Case Studies: New cases and more illustrative examples, such as an International OB feature, have been integrated throughout the text.
  • European Focus: The authors have placed greater emphasis on introducing European theories and references that make this textbook the most contemporary and European of its kind.

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About the author (2006)

Marc Buelens is a Professor at the De Vlerick Leuven Ghent Management School and also teaches at Ghent University.

Herman Van Der Hoeck teaches at the De Vlerick Leuven Ghent Management School.

Karlien Van Der Heyden teaches at the De Vlerick Leuven Ghent Management School.

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