This introductory text contains a multi-disciplinary social science approach to the study of behaviour in organisations. This book is designed to serve both as a comprehensive overview of the field, and as a starting point for further study. The authors aim is for students to understand how and why an organisation exists and functions. This is accomplished by combining theory with practical applications. Instructor's Manual (0-13-207317-X).
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Introduces readers to the fundamental organizational behavior and culture issues that are fundamental to the success of any enterprise.This substantially revised third-edition contains an entirely new section on organizational change and development, featuring chapters on change, development and culture. There is also extensive new coverage on organizational power and politics, scientific management, and technology as a trigger for change. Topical issues such as gender, race, communication and stress are also addressed.This book is ideal for professional managers, and for business or management students, especially those with little or no previous social science education.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1996. Textbook Binding. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110132072599