This revised text includes many new topics and concepts from contemporary organizational behaviour literature and actual practice. In addition to maintaining the style and learning aids of past editions, this edition includes many real company examples. The text covers systems models; employee communication asnd employee attitudes; and empowerment and participation.
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Organizational Behavior, 11/e, has a streamlined chapter structure to fit perfectly with a semester-length course (16 chapters).
Newstrom and Davis have expanded and updated the OB model in Chapter 2 to provide a guiding framework for the entire book.
There is renewed and increased emphasis on practicality woven through each chapter, especially via the "Advice for Future Managers" section at the end of each chapter. This shows students the relevance of the material they are reading.
New set of relevant managerial books introduced/summarized in the "What Managers Are Reading" box one in each chapter.
Opportunities for student self-assessment of relevant behavioral management skills via the all-new end-of-chapter "Assess Your Own Skills" exercises.
Chapter opening illustrations preceding every chapter to engage the reader in a real life issue.
Substantial coverage of teams, their organizational context, factors that make them successful and team building processes that help members work together more effectively.
Comprehensive glossary of terms at the end of the text.
This text has been successfully used with students in classrooms and business organizations for over 40 years.
This text offers careful blending of theory/research with practice: basic theories come to life via hundreds of examples of real organizational situations.
Each chapter includes numerous discussion questions, many which require thought, encourage insight, or invite readers to analyze their own experiences in terns of the ideas in the chapter.
Respected teacher, widely published author, and consultant to organizations in the areas of training and supervisory development. He is Professor Emeritus of Management in the Management Studies Department of the Labovitz School of Business and Economics at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD).
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