Management of Organizational Behavior: Leading Human Resources
Prentice Hall, 2001 - Business & Economics - 516 pages
For undergraduate and graduate-level courses in Organizational Behavior, Leadership, and Organizational Development. Used by more than a million people throughout the world, this highly readable text provides a comprehensive examination of the applied behavioral sciences, and focuses on fundamental ideas which have stood the test of years of application in academic, business, not-for-profit and administrative environments. *NEW - Revised applied behavioral science approach. *NEW - Leading the Generations section. *NEW - Revised and expanded Situational Leadership Model. *NEW - Transmodel of communication. *Provides students with most up-to-date data on effective communication. *NEW - 360 Degree Performance Evaluation. *Human Resource Development concepts and techniques. *Offers students practical guidelines so they can become familiar with performance improving techniques. *Leadership applications. *Introduces students to concepts in quality improvement. *Transformational leadership. *Provides students with a situational leadership-based approach to developing organizations. *Real world examples. *Research-based approach.
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