Understanding Organizational Behavior: A Multimedia Approach
Understanding Organizational Behavior: A Multimedia Approach combines the solid academic presentation of a textbook with the most extensive multimedia learning package available. The textbook provides an exceptionally balanced presentation of modern organizational behavior theory and its application to today's global environment. Then to emphasize key concepts, the authors integrate "Experiencing Organizational Behavior," an award-winning collection of on-line modules that reinforce key concepts. In addition, a rich learning support package includes a Study Aid audio CD, a multimedia CD-ROM, and InfoTrac College Edition, creating the most extensive student learning package available.
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Human Behavior in Organizations
INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS
The Challenge of Change
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