Organizational Behavior: A Strategic Approach / Edition 3

Organizational Behavior: A Strategic Approach / Edition 3

by Michael A. Hitt, Chet Miller, Adrienne Colella
     
 

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Managing Organizational Behavior (OB) involves acquiring, developing, managing, and applying the knowledge, skills, and abilities of people. Best-selling author Michael Hitt, together with co-authors C. Chet Miller and Adrienne Colella, wrote Organizational Behavior 3rd edition to help students understand how

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This text is an unbound, binder-ready edition.

Managing Organizational Behavior (OB) involves acquiring, developing, managing, and applying the knowledge, skills, and abilities of people. Best-selling author Michael Hitt, together with co-authors C. Chet Miller and Adrienne Colella, wrote Organizational Behavior 3rd edition to help students understand how effectively managing behavior in organizations at the individual, group, and organization level effects organizational performance. In Organizational Behavior 3rd edition the authors emphasize the importance of how people contribute to the success of organizations. Managing organizational behavior is critical to implementing an organization's strategy, gaining an advantage over competitors, and ensuring positive organizational performance. Hitt/Miller/Colella's approach provides a big-picture framework that helps students appreciate and understand the value of OB to organizational performance and to their future careers.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470920909
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
06/15/2010
Edition description:
3rd Edition Binder Ready Version
Pages:
688
Sales rank:
1,342,530
Product dimensions:
7.80(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.90(d)

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Table of Contents

Featured case : Dell : a little bit of soul and a lot of success
Ch. 1A strategic approach to organizational behavior2
Ch. 2Organizational diversity36
Ch. 3Organizational behavior in a global context76
Team integrative case : Marilyn Carlson Nelson and Carlson Companies112
Ch. 4Learning and perception118
Ch. 5Personality, attitudes, and values154
Ch. 6Work motivation194
Ch. 7Workplace stress236
Team integrative case : Allen & Co. : people as profit centers270
Ch. 8Leadership276
Ch. 9Communication318
Ch. 10Decision making by individuals and groups354
Ch. 11Groups and teams396
Ch. 12Conflict, power, and politics432
Team integrative case : Google's organizational culture469
Ch. 13Organizational structure and culture478
Ch. 14Organizational change and development520
Team integrative case : Microsoft under Steve Ballmer560

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