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Managing Human Behavior in Public and Nonprofit Organizations is the first core textbook specifically written for the management and organizational behavior course taught in undergraduate and graduate programs in public administration, particularly in Masters in Public Administration (MPA) programs. Designed to help students develop the skills and understanding they need in order to become effective and responsible public managers, the book covers all of the essential topics in management and organizational behavior from the perspective of public and non-profit management.
"This book is a valuable addition t o the literature on public administration and management. It will serve as an excellent text for both current and aspiring public servants. It provides a creative interweaving of the theoretical and practical dimensions of public sector organizational behavior. Especially notable is the combination of succinct summaries of theoretical material with cases, simulations and other techniques that will make organizational behavior come alive in the classroom."
"This book offers a thorough summarization of organizational behavior, including almost all major topics in the field… the book rises above other textbook choices by its unique potential for helping the readers overcome the knowledge-doing gap through constant self-reflection and practice"