Behavior in Organizations

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McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008 - Electronic books - 651 pages
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BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS, 9/e, by Shani and Lau, is a paperback text that takes a hands-on, experiential approach (learning-by-doing or learning-in-action) to organizational behavior. The majority of the exercises, role-playing simulations, and cases wer.
 

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Contents

Part
1
Organizational Behavior and Sustainable
5
Appreciative Inquiry Expectations
23
LearninginAction M31
47
Managing Individual Processes
63
Motivation M51
95
Perception Attribution and Values M61
143
7
171
Designing a StudentRun Organization That Provides Consulting
362
Colonial Automobile Association M1327
387
The Woody Manufacturing Company M1333
393
Creativity and Innovation M141
395
Downsizing and Creativity M1421415
415
Organizational Innovation Learning
417
Organizational Culture M151
419
Organizational Change Development and Learning M161
439

Managing Interpersonal Processes
191
Mentoring M91
227
Conflict Management and Negotiation M101
247
Discovering How You Typically Handle Conflict M1030
276
Work Teams and Effectiveness M111
279
Mountain Survival M117
285
Who Gets the Overtime? M1129
307
Team Development Assessment M1137
315
Group Dynamics and Performance M121
323
Tower Building M123
325
The Plafab Company Case M1226
348
Managing Organizational Processes
357
Organizational Learning M167
445
M1610
452
M1614452
459
Planned Change at General Electric
467
M1634472
489
List of Cases
6
Skandia Case Sharing Helps Company to Change Direction
53
Avici System Case
77
Glossary GL1
495
Index I1
505
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