The twenty-first century will bring new challenges to managers and organizations. The sixth edition "Organizational Behavior: A Diagnostic Approach" helps to prepare them to face these challenges. It retains the strong global focus of the previous editions while strengthening its emphasis on managerial diagnosis and action. The text incorporates extensive examples of current real-world organizational situations in which managers and employees struggle with the dilemmas created by a dynamic, unpredictable, increasingly complex world.
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A strong emphasis on diversity issues, such as multiculturalism, gender, and multinationalism, has been retained. The Sixth Edition also continues to integrate theory, research and applications, while it updates and enhances coverage to include the most recent trends, techniques and examples in the field today.From the Back Cover:
In this new edition, Judith R. Gordon continues to show students how to use theory and research in organizational behavior to improve practice. By using a diagnostic approach, the text encourages students to describe situations completely, diagnose the organizational behavior found in a situation, prescribe the best practices or most appropriate behavior for a given organizational situation, and then act effectively in those situations.
With the most up-to-date examples and information, Organizational Behavior: A Diagnostic Approach 7/e offers students the skills to be more effective as both managers and employees.
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