OB in Action: Cases and Exercises
This entertaining, hands-on approach to OB provides a supplement to introductory or graduate level courses, proprietary programs, and business training courses. Every case and exercise has been developed with one or more theories of organizational behavior in mind. Exercises introduce students to the broad range of answers and opinions that are valid responses to problems.
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Using Experiential Exercises in the Study of Organizational Behavior
Individual Processes in Organizations
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