Management and Organizational Behavior with Powerweb / Edition 3

Management and Organizational Behavior with Powerweb / Edition 3

by Curtis Cook, Phillip L. Hunsaker, Robert Coffey
     
 

This book combines management and organizational behavior. It is intended for students to learn how to be effective performers within an organizatoin, both individually and on teams. Because organizational behavior skills are students' dominant need under this assumption, about two-thirds of the book's content is anchored in traditional and emergent OB subjects,… See more details below

Overview

This book combines management and organizational behavior. It is intended for students to learn how to be effective performers within an organizatoin, both individually and on teams. Because organizational behavior skills are students' dominant need under this assumption, about two-thirds of the book's content is anchored in traditional and emergent OB subjects, while one-third focuses on issues and practices that every manager needs to know.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072508338
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill/Irwin
Publication date:
05/07/2001
Edition description:
3RD
Pages:
608
Product dimensions:
8.10(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.20(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Managing People and OrganizationsChapter 2: Strategic Thinking, Planning, and Controlling Chapter 3: Organizing Work and People Chapter 4: Creating and Modifying Organizaitonal Culture Managing People Chapter 5: Understanding Perception, Learning, and Personality Chapter 6: Motivation Principles Chapter 7: Methods of Motivating People in Organizations Managing Relationships Chapter 8: Communicating for Understanding and Results Chapter 9: Creating Productive Interpersonal Relationships Chapter 10: Building Groups Into Teams Chapter 11: Conflict Management and Negotiation Leadership Practices Chapter 12: Ethical Problem Solving and Decision Making Chapter 13: Power and Politics Chapter 14: Leadership Managing Change Chapter 15: Managing Change and Organizational Development Chapter 16: Self Management at Work: Stress, Health, Career Appendix A: Origins and Methods of Management and OB Theories

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