Organizational Behavior / Edition 3by Don Hellriegel, Richard W. Woodman, John W. Slocum Jr.
Pub. Date: 01/28/1983
Publisher: West Group
Organizational Behavior is designed to help students, professionals, and managers develop the competencies and skills that are needed to effectively contribute to an organization. This proven text's strengths lie in its classic research, coverage of contemporary and emerging OB topics, and excellent case selection. Throughout the text, seven core competencies-Managing Self, Managing Diversity, Managing Ethics, Managing Across Cultures, Managing Teams, Managing Communications, and Managing Change-are emphasized and illustrated for the student.
Table of Contents1. Introduction to Organizational Behavior. PART ONE: INDIVIDUAL PROCESSES. 2. Personality and Attitudes. 3. Perception and Attribution. 4. Learning and Reinforcement. 5. Motivation in the Work Setting. 6. Motivating Performance: Goal Setting and Reward Systems. 7. Work Stress. PART TWO: GROUP AND INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES. 8. Group and Team Behavior. 9. Power and Political Behavior. 10. Conflict and Negotiation. 11. Leadership: Foundations. 12. Leadership: Contemporary Developments. 13. Interpersonal Communication. PART THREE: ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES. 14. Decision Making in Organizations. 15. Job Design. 16. Organizational Design. 17. Organizational Culture. 18. Organizational Change. APPENDIX: Tools and Techniques for Studying Organizational Behavior. INTERGRATING CASES.
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