Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior
Thomson/South-Western, 2004 - Business & Economics - 382 pages
This brief and applied text blends description, insight, self-assessment, skill development, and prescription. Andrew DuBrin has a strong managerial focus and emphasizes the human relations aspects of organizational interactions. This text is for the instructor who is looking to supplement his instruction with a digestible text. This text is ideal for short courses, executive education programs, and unique courses that canvass organizational behavior issues or combine them with those of organizational theory, strategy, marketing, human resources, and management.
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The Nature and Scope of Organizational Behavior 1
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
The Individual in the Organization
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