This comprehensive and accessible introduction to organizational behaviour balances sociological and psychological perspectives to provide the perfect core text for students at undergraduate and MBA level. John Martin successfully blends theory, practical application and critical reflection together and encourages students to develop research as well as practical and theoretical understanding. Presented in an accessible and engaging writing style the text includes chapter summaries, learning objectives, key readings, discussion and research questions, √ ;'management in action√ ;' boxes and √ ;'stop and consider√ ;' pointers. An accompanying website includes extensive resources for both you and your students.
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