In Organizational Behavior, authors Michael Carrell, Dan Jennings, and Christina Heavrin provide substantial coverage of innovative approaches to managing people at work, while also introducing students to traditional organizational behavior concepts. Written in a clear style, this text engages students with current examples and personal profiles of managers from small businesses to multinational corporations.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
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Table of Contents
Part 1 - Introduction Chapter 1 - Introduction: What Is Organizational Behavior? Chapter 2 - Understanding Behavior in Organizations Chapter 3 - Ethical Behavior Part 2 - The Individual Chapter 4 - Values, Attitudes, Personality, Perception, and Work Ethic Chapter 5 - Decision Making and Balancing Work and Family Demands Chapter 6 - Motivation: The Classical Theories Chapter 7 - Motivation: Effective Applications Part 3 - The Environment of the Workplace Chapter 8 - The Global Context of Organizations Chapter 9 - The Diversified Workforce Chapter 10 - Power and Politics within Organizations Part 4 - The Group Chapter 11 - Work Groups and Employee Teams Chapter 12 - Communication Processes Chapter 13 - Leadership Chapter 14 - Conflict Resolution Part 5 - The Process of Organizations Chapter 15 - Organizational Structure and Design Chapter 16 - Organizational Culture Chapter 17 - Organizational Change and Development Chapter 18 - Quality and Innovation within Organizations