Psychological Dimensions of Organizational Behavior / Edition 2by Barry M. Straw
Pub. Date: 12/05/1994
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This comprehensive book contains carefully chosen pieces that cover human behavior in organizations, from individual motivation to organizational processes. This anthology offers a broad mix of classic and recent articles; it covers emerging areas of interest such as business ethics and processes of creativity and change. This collection of readings is separated into four clearly defined dimensions: why and how we work; thinking and making decisions; interacting with others: social and group processes; and facing the future: creativity, innovation, and organizational leadership. An excellent resource for managers and other executives who need to know how to effectively lead their departments; this book provides the skills necessary for understanding the organization, and how power, influence, and interpersonal relations affect their businesses.
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Table of ContentsDIMENSION I. WHY AND HOW WE WORK.
Part A. Foundations of Human Differences.
Part B. Strategies for Increasing Individual Performance in Organizational Settings.
Part C. Satisfaction and Emotion in Organizational Life.
DIMENSION II. THINKING AND MAKING DECISIONS.
Part A. Foundations of Social Cognition.
Part B. Perceiving Ourselves and the Work Situation.
Part C. Making Rational and Irrational Decisions.
Part D. Making Ethical and Unethical Decisions.
DIMENSION III. INTERACTING WITH OTHERS: SOCIAL AND GROUP PROCESSES.
Part A. Foundations of Conformity, Obedience, and Persuasion.
Part B. Organizational Socialization and Commitment.
Part C. Organizational Culture.
Part D. Managing Person-Organizational Conflicts.
Part E. Power, Influence, and Interpersonal Attraction.
Part F. Group Processes.
DIMENSION IV. FACING THE FUTURE: CREATIVITY, INNOVATION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP.
Part A. Foundations of Creativity.
Part B. Managing Creativity and Innovation in Organizations.
Part C. Leadership and Change.
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