Managing Behavior in Organizations: Science in Service to Practice
This concise Organizational Behavior book covers all of the necessary essentials, while offering the time and space for supplemental materials. Features of its instructional support system include You Be the Consultant boxes and team exercises. The Second Edition has responded to reviewer feedback by including coverage of totally new topics and improving the presentation and accessibility of ongoing discussions.
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