Organizational Behavior in Education
First published in 1970 and most recently revised in 1991, a textbook that explores how the concepts of organizational behavior manifest in educational institutions. The new edition replaces outmoded theoretical approaches with current pragmatic ones, and acknowledges the ongoing transition from mod
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Temperament and Organizational Behavior
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