The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Behavior: Collection: Volumes 1 and 2

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Overview

This milestone Handbook brings together an impressive collection of international contributions on micro and macro research in organizational behavior.

The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Behavior, Volume One provides students and scholars with an insightful and wide-reaching survey of the current state of the field and is an indispensible road map to the subject area.

Volume Twoof The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Behavior focuses on macro-organizational behaviour, revealing ways in which the person and group affect the organization.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"Thorough and comprehensive. Thoughtful critique and new insights."

Chris Argyris and James B. Conant Professor , Emeritus Harvard University

'The Sage Handbook of Organizational Behavior is a fine addition to past works of reference in the field, edited by two prominent scholars who are internationally known. Its approach is both critical and original in many incisive ways, aspiring to a cutting-edge coverage of the core and periphery of OB. Many of the chapter authors stick their necks out and avoid the more obvious, conventional expositions of their topic. It covers a wide range of topics of potential use to both undergraduate and postgraduate students of the subject, as well as academics, researchers and practitioners. It will be of particular interest to those on MBA and DBA courses. It can be strongly recommended as an essential faculty library purchase, as well as a useful tool for individuals interested in having such a guide to the subject at hand'.

Professor Malcolm Warner, Emeritus Fellow, Wolfson College and Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.

From the Publisher
"Thorough and comprehensive. Thoughtful critique and new insights."

Chris Argyris and James B. Conant Professor , Emeritus Harvard University

'The Sage Handbook of Organizational Behavior is a fine addition to past works of reference in the field, edited by two prominent scholars who are internationally known. Its approach is both critical and original in many incisive ways, aspiring to a cutting-edge coverage of the core and periphery of OB. Many of the chapter authors stick their necks out and avoid the more obvious, conventional expositions of their topic. It covers a wide range of topics of potential use to both undergraduate and postgraduate students of the subject, as well as academics, researchers and practitioners. It will be of particular interest to those on MBA and DBA courses. It can be strongly recommended as an essential faculty library purchase, as well as a useful tool for individuals interested in having such a guide to the subject at hand'.

Professor Malcolm Warner, Emeritus Fellow, Wolfson College and Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781847875877
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 1/14/2009
  • Edition description: Volumes One and Two
  • Pages: 1216
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 3.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Julian Barling is Associate Dean and Professor at the Queen's School of Business. He is responsible for rhe Ph.D,M.Sc and Research programs in the School of Business. Dr. Barling is author of of several books, including Employment, Stress and Family Functioning (1990,Wiley & Sons), The Union and Its Members: A Psychological Approach (with Clive Fullagar and Kevin Kelloway, 1992, Oxford University Press), and Changing Employment Relations: Behavioral and Social Perspectives (with Lois Tetrick, 1995, American Psychological Association), and Youth and Employment (with Kevin Kelloway, forthcoming, American Psychological Association). Dr. Barling served as co-editor (with Kevin Kelloway) of the Sage Publication series ,Advanced Topics in Organizational Behavior, is consulting editor of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and on the editorial boards of the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Stress Medicine and the Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences.

From 1989-1991, he was the chairperson of the Advisory Council on Occupational Health and Safety to the Ontario Minister of Labour. In 1995 and 1997, he received the annual awards for "Excellence in Research" from the School of Business, Queen’s University.

Stewart Clegg is a prolific publisher of several hundred articles in leading academic journals in strategy, social science, management and organization theory; is also the author and editor of about fifty books, as well as a Fellow of the British Academy of Social Sciences, a Distinguished Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, and the recipient of significant awards from the American Academy of Management for his contributions to management theory and practice.

Cary L. Cooper is Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University Management School.

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Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE
Introduction: Why a Handbook of Macro Organizational Behavior? - Stewart Clegg
Part One: Framing the field: introducing some big questions
What do OB Tools and Instruments do? - André Spicer
What does Knowledge Work do? - Tim Ray
Freedom and Constraint under the 'Neo-Liberal' Regime of Choice - Alan Scott and Richard Weiskopf.
Managerialism and its discontents - Martin Parker
Positive Organization Scholarship: What does it achieve? - Arran Caza and Kim Cameron
Part Two: Macro Organizational Behavior and Immanent Processes
Learning in Practice - Elena P. Antonacopoulou
Shaping Organizational Commitment - Robert Roe, Omar Solinger and Woody van Olffen
Organizational Power - Raymond Gordon
On the (be)coming and going of organizational change: prospect and retrospect in sensemaking - Ian Colville
Organizational Identity - Andrew Brown
Organizational Conflict - Stephen Ackroyd
Organizational Careers - Kerr Inkson and Yehuda Baruch
Top Management Teams and Team Working - Sarah Mac Curtain and Michael West
Succession Management: Building talent across organizational generations - Jay A. Conger
Leadership - David Collinson
Part Three: Macro Organizational Behaviour and Key Practices
The Labor Process, Surveillance, and the Person in the Sight of the Organization - Graham Sewell
Implementing Employment Equity in Gendered Organizations for Gendered Lives - Judith Pringle, Alison M. Konrad, and Anne-Marie Greene
Managing Multiculturally in Organizations in a Diverse Society - Gill Kirton
The Organization of Human Resource Strategies: Narratives and Power in Understanding Labour Management in a context of fragmentation. - Miguel Martinez Lucio
Organizational Moral Responsibility - Carl Rhodes and Alison Pullen
Organizations and Society: Sustainability Deconstructed - Suzanne Benn
Managing Organizational Expressions - Majken Schultz and Mary Jo Hatch
Management fashion and organizational behaviour - Rene ten Bos and Stefan Heusinkveld
Part Four: Organizing on a macro-scale
Organizational Change Management - David Wilson
We have always been Oligarchs: Business Elite in Polyarchy - David Courpasson
Organizational Design - Gerard Fairtlough and Rosemary Beckham
Projects for life: Building narrative capital for positive organizational change - Arne Carlson and Tyrone Pitsis
Corporate Governance - Rob Watson
VOLUME 2
Introduction - Cary L Cooper & Julian Barling
PART ONE: INDIVIDUAL ATTACHMENT TO, AND DISENGAGEMENTS FROM, WORK
Psychological Contracts - Jacqueline A-M. Coyle-Shapiro and Marjo-Riita Parzefall
Commitment in the Workplace: Past, Present and Future - John P. Meyer, Timothy A. Jackson and Elyse R. Maltin
Taking Stock: A Review of more than Twenty Years of Research on Empowerment at Work - Gretchen Spreitzer
Two Decades of Organizational Justice: Findings, Controversies and Future Directions - Jason A. Colquitt
Trust in Management: An Interpersonal Perspective - M. Audrey Korsgaard
Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Review and Extension of its Nomological Network - Mattias Spitzmuller, Linn Van Dyne and Remus Ilies
Teams at Work - Helem M. Williams and Natalie J. Allen
Dysfunctional Workplace Behavior - Sandra L. Robinson
Absenteeism and Presenteeism: Not at Work or Not Working Well - Gary Johns
Job Insecurity - Tahira M. Probst
Voluntary Employee Turnover: Determinants, Processes and Future Directions - Wendy R. Boswell, Lily Run Ren and Andrew T. Hinrichs
Unemployment and Retirement - Terry A. Beehr and Misty M. Bennett
PART TWO: PRACTICES, PROCESSES AND PERFORMANCE
Emotions at Work: A Review and Research Agenda - Alicia A. Grandey
Conflict in Workgroups - Karen A. Jehn and Sonja Rispens
A Boundaryless Perpective on Careers - Jeffrey H. Greenhaus
A Century of Compensation Research - Matt Bloom
Employee Motivation - Gary P. Latham and Edwin A. Locke
Leadership - Timothy A Judge, Erin Fluegge Woolf, Charlice Hurst and Beth Livingston
A Multi-level Conceptualization of Organizational Politics - Sean Lux, Gerald R. Ferris, Robyn L. Brouer, Mary Dana Laird and James Summers
Knowledge Work - Susan E. Jackson and Ying Hong
High Performance Work Systems - Roderick D. Iverson, Christopher D. Zatack and Melissa Mc Crae
Work Design: Still Getting Stronger - Heather C. Vough and Sharon K. Parker
Job Performance - Sobine Sonnetag, Judith Volmer and Anne Spychala
PART THREE: WORK, STRESS AND WELL-BEING
Work-family Conflict - Joseph G. Grzywacz and Adam B. Butler
Sexual Harassment in Organizations: A Decade of Research in Review - Lilia M. Cortina and Jennifer L. Beardahl
Work Stress - Steve M. Jex and Maya Yankelevich
Employee Alcohol and Illicit Drug Use: Scope, Causes and Organizational Consequences - Michael R. Frone
Psychology of Workplace Safety: A Thematic Review and some Possibilities - Anthony E. Carroll and Nick Turner
PART FOUR: INDIVIDUALS, ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIETY
Cross-cultural Research in Organizational Behavior - Heidi K. Gardner and P. Christopher Earley
Mergers and Acquisitions: Why 2 + 2 does not Always Make 3 - Susan Cartwright
Organizational Change - Alannah E. Rafferty and Mark A. Griffin
Nonstandard Work Arrangements: Meaning, Evidence and Theoretical Perspectives - Daniel G. Gallagher and Catherine E. Connelly
Labor Organizations - Anthony Yue, E. Kevin Kelloway and Lori Francis
Discrimination - Stelle M. Nkomo
PART FIVE: FUTURE DIRECTIONS
Work and Well-being - Jennifer Carson and Julian Barling
Chapter 36: Positive Organizational Scholarship - Jane E. Dutton and Mary Ann Glynn

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