The Human Side of Organizations

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2009 - Business & Economics - 585 pages
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Widely used and respected, this book has been adopted by hundreds of colleges in the U.S. and Canada since its first inception.  "The Human Side of Organizations" delivers complete, up-to-date, practical information on how people behave in organizations, how organizations and job design affect behavior at work, and how change impacts the business organization. This new edition strives to make material more meaningful to readers through new spot check exercises, student self-assessments, personal point exercises, and skill-building activities that reinforce the material step-by-step. This book is perfect for anyone who wishes to better understand managers, peers, or workers can benefit from this book as it covers the vital skills needed to survive and thrive in an organization.

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Contents

Work and its Place in Life
3
Spot Check
9
The Mental Work Environment
17
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