Organized Behavior in Action: Cases and Exercises
OB in Action provides additional cases and hands-on experiential exercises to help students bridge the gap between theory and practice. Working individually or in teams, students tackle problems and find solutions, using organizational theories as their foundation. The author brings his extensive experience in both university classroom and executive training and development settings to the text.
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