Organizational Behavior / Edition 12 available in Hardcover
*people can get where they are going more quickly and easily when they travel together with a common direction and sense of mutual assistance
*it pays to take turns doing the difficult tasks and sharing leadership roles because individuals in organizations are interdependent
*successful organizations in today's global environment are made up of people who are doing just that working together to achieve a common goal
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About the Author
Dr. John R. Schermerhorn, Jr. is the Charles G. O'Bleness Professor Emeritus of Management in the College of business at Ohio University where he teaches undergraduate and MBA courses in management, organizational behavior, and Asian business. He also serves the university as Director of the center for Southeast Asian Studies. He earned a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from Northwestern University, after receiving an M.B.A. (with distinction) in management and international business from New York University, and a B.S. in business administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Dedicated to instructional excellence and serving the needs of practicing managers, Dr. Schermerhorn continually focuses on bridging the gap between the theory and practice of management in both the classroom and in his textbooks. He has won awards for teaching excellence at Tulane University, The University of Vermont, and Ohio University, where he was named a University Professor, the university's leading campus-wide award for his service as Chair of the Management Education and Development Division of the Academy of Management.
The late Dr. James G. (Jerry) Hunt was the Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Management, Professor of Health Organization Management, Former Director, Institute for Leadership Research, and former department chair of Management, Texas Tech University. He received his PhD and master's degrees from the University of Illinois after completing a BS (with honors) at Michigan technological University. Dr. Hunt co-authored an organization theory text and Core Concepts of Organizational behavior (Wiley, 2004) and authored or co-authored three leader-ship monographs. He founded the Leadership Symposia Series and co-edited the eight volumes based on the series. He was the former editor of the Journal of Management and The Leadership Quarterly. He presented or published some 200 articles, papers, and book chapters, and among his better-known books are Leadership: A New Synthesis, published by Sage, and Out-of-the Box Leadership, published by JAI. The former was a finalist for the Academy of Management's 1993 Terry Distinguished Book Award. Dr. Hunt received the Distinguished Service Award from the Academy of Management, the Sustained Outstanding Service Award from the Southern Management Association, and the Barnie E. Rushing, Jr. Distinguished Researcher Award from Texas Tech University for his long-term contributions to management research and scholarship. He also lived and taught in England, Finland, and Thailand, and taught in china.
Dr. Richard N. Osborn is a Wayne State University Distinguished Professor, Professor of Management Emeritus, and former Board of Governors Faculty Fellow. He has received teaching awards at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and Wayne State University, and he has also taught at Arizona State University, Monash University (Australia), Tulane University, University of Munich, and the University of Washington. He received a DBA from Kent State University after earning an MBA at Washing State University ad a BS from Indiana University. With over 200 presentations and publications, he is a charter member of the Academy of Management Journals Hall of Fame. Dr. Osborn is a leading authority on international alliances in technology-intensive industries and is co-author of an organization theory text as well as Basic Organizational Behavior (John Wiley & Sons, 1995, 1998). He has served as editor of international strategy for the Journal. He serves or has served as a member of the editorial boards for The Academy of Management Journal, The Academy of Management review, Journal of High Technology Management, The Journal of Management, Leadership Quarterly, and Technology Studies, among others. He is very active in the Academy of Management, having served as divisional program chair and president, as well as the Academy representative for the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management. Dr. Osborn's research has been sponsored by the Department of Defense, Ford Motor Company, National Science Foundation, Nissan, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, among others. In addition to teaching, Dr. Osborn spent a number of years in private industry, including a position as a senior research scientists with the Battelle Memorial Institute in Seattle, where he worked on improving the safety of commercial nuclear power.
Dr. Mary Uhl-Bien is the Howard Hawks chair in Business Ethics and Leadership and associate Director of the Leadership Institute at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She earned her Ph.D. and MBA in organizational behavior at the University of Cincinnati after completing an undergraduate degree in International business and Spanish. She teaches organizational behavior, leadership, and ethics courses at the undergraduate and graduate (MBA and doctoral) levels, and has been heavily involved in executive education, teaching to business executives and physicians in the United States, china, Europe, and Saudi Arabia and to the senior executive service of the U.S. government for The Brookings Institute in Washington, D.C. she has been a visiting professor/scholar at Pablo de Olavide University in Seville, Spain, the Universidade Nova de Lisboa/Catolica Portuguesa in Lisbon Portugal, and University Lund in Sweden.
Table of ContentsENVIRONMENT.
Organizational Behavior Today.
The High Performance Workplace.
Global Dimensions of Organizational Behavior.
Diversity and Individual Differences.
Perception and Attribution.
Motivation and Reinforcement (combines old 5 & 7).
Human Resource Management Systems.
High Performance Job Designs.
The Nature of Groups.
Teamwork and High Performance Teams.
Basic Attributes of Organizations.
Information Technology and Organizational Design.
High Performance Organizational Cultures.
High Performance Leadership (Ch. 15 the old edition).
Power and Politics (Ch. 14 in old edition).
Information and Communication.
Conflict and Negotiation.
Change, Innovation and Stress.
MODULE: Research Foundations of Organizational Behavior (no changes from last edition).
THE OB SKILLS BUILDING WORKBOOK.
Cases for Critical Thinking.
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