Managing Behavior in Organizations: Science in Service to Practice
This concise Organizational Behaviour text covers all of the key topics in just 13 chapters, providing a succinct guide to understanding organizational behaviour, its current theories and their value to modern organizational practices. *NEW-Features two brand-new chapters: - Culture, Creativity and Innovation. Ch. 11 - Stress, Conflict, and Negotiation. Ch. 9 - Technology in Organizations (Ch. 13) *NEW-Includes new or updated material: - dysfunctional behavior (Ch. 11) - Contemporary organizational values (Ch. 14) - organizational renewal (Ch. 14) *NEW-Updates and streamlines all applied examples throughout the text. *NEW-Offers a complete glossary of terms at the end of the text. *NEW-Features a dedicated website with Internet exercises, regular updates to chapter material, and more. Please visit www.prenhall.com/greenob *Features a dedicated website with Internet exercises, regular updates to chapter material, and more. Please visit www.prenhall.com/greenob *Provides special cases and exercises to illustrate the practical side of the field and help students put concepts into practice *Reviews all major theroies and research findings from a perspective that sheds light on actual o
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What Is Organizational Behavior and How Do We Learn about It?
Social Perception Learning and Personality
What Motivates People to Work?
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