Principles of organizational behaviour
This book has a wide application to undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional degrees. It covers occupational psychology, group dynamics, and work and organizations, and over the course of two previous editions under the title of The Individual, Work and Organization has become established as a critical and genuinely multi-disciplinary text. It covers problematic areas of conflict and debate, and through a clear writing style communicates complex ideas in an interesting and accessible way. This new edition is substantially revised, updated and newly formatted.
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