Managing Organisational Behaviour

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Juta and Company Ltd, 2007 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
In this unusual study, several South African organizations are viewed through the framework of chaos and quantum complexity theories. Reaching the conclusion that a multitude of different skills within a company?complexity?is the best way to meet organizational goals, the discussion describes how talent and skill can be amassed through organizational change, attention to group behavior, proper management of diverse groups, and the use of collective bargaining.
 

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Interesting book. specially for the working people that really don't know their organisations systems. Simple things such as why one applies for leave? Their organisational structures etc.
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an amazing book for me and it has made me understand why we are sent to training why the institution does all of that. I have learn so much and will continue reading all the sections that I need.
All the best with your further publishing more interesting books such as this and more.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF ORGANISATIONS 9
ii
Basic parts of the organisation
23
Organisational change and development
32
INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYEES
53
Dynamics of diversity
80
Designing highperformance jobs
101
Collective bargaining
125
Managing diverse individuals and groups
148
Chaos management
168
Redesigning organisations
193
REFERENCES
207
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William Fox is the coauthor of Public Management, Public Macro Organisation, Public Administration Dictionary, Police Management, and The Quest for Sustainable Development.

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