Human Relations in Organizations: Applications and Skill Building

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McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Business & Economics - 627 pages
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Lussier’s Human Relations in Organizations: Applications and Skill Building, 5e, takes on an application/skill building approach. This approach suits professors, who want to incorporate more activities and exercises into the classroom, and students who want to be able to do more than just understand concepts, but actually apply and develop skills that they can use in their daily and professional life. The book continues to have integration balanced by a three-pronged approach: -clear concise understanding of human relations/ organizational behavior concepts; -the application of HR/OB concepts for critical thinking in the business world; and -the development of HR/OB skills. This approach allows the student to learn the concept, apply it through various applications and situational activities, and ultimately apply it to his/her own life.

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Contents

BEHAVIOR HUMAN RELATIONS
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Behavior Human Relations And Performance Begin With You
14
Diversity in Personality Learning and Perception
37
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Robert N. Lussier is a professor of management at Springfield College. Through teaching management courses for more than 25 years, he has developed innovative and widely adopted methods for applying concepts and developing skills that can be used both personally and professionally. A prolific writer, Dr. Lussier has more than 400 publications to his credit, including the best-selling textbooks Human Relations, 9e (McGraw-Hill) and Leadership 5e (South Western/Cengage), and has published in top tier academic journals. He holds a bachelor of science in business administration from Salem State College, master's degrees in business and education from Suffolk University, and a doctorate in management from the University of New Haven. He served as founding director of Israel Programs and has taught courses in Israel.

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