Research in Organizational Behavior: An Annual Series of Analytical Essays and Critical Reviews, Volume 27

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Barry Staw
Elsevier, Jul 25, 2006 - Social Science - 410 pages
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This twenty-seventh volume of Research in Organizational Behavior carries forward the tradition of high-level scholarship on a broad array of organizational topics. Like many previous volumes, this collection is truly interdisciplinary, with chapters ranging from personality and decision making in organizations, to interpersonal dynamics such as helping and group process, to organizational-level analyses of legitimization and change. Each of the essays is well-reasoned, thoughtful, and provocative-- proving, once again, that the field of organizational behavior is flourishing in both its depth and scope.

*Interdisciplinary with a wide range of subjects discussed by experts in their fields
*Addresses personality development, empowerment, creativity, dysfunctional groups, institutionalization, and more

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Personality Development and Organizational Behavior
Empowerment through Choice? A Critical Analysis of the Effects of Choice in Organizations
Towards a Theory of Play and Creativity in Organizational Settings
How Much is it Worth to you? Subjective Evaluations of Help in Organizations
Negative Group Members and Dysfunctional Groups
Toward a Systems Theory of Motivated Behavior in Work Teams
How Entrepreneurs Exploit Cultural Logics to Generate Institutional Change
The Remaking of Boundaries Between Public and Private Science
The Stewardship of the Temporal Commons

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