- Organizational behaviour.
- Organizational sociology
- Financial Times Prentice Hall,
- 0273711148 (pbk.) :
- 9780273711148 (pbk.)
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- Previous ed.: 2005.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 695-731) and index.
- Section 1: Introductory Concepts Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Study of Organisations Chapter 2: The Contexts of Contemporary Organisations Section 2: Individual Characteristics Chapter 3: Personality, Intelligence and Aptitude Chapter 4: Perception Chapter 5: Attitudes and Emotions Integration 1: Integrating Individual Characteristics Integrative Case Study No. 1 Section 3: The Intrapersonal Level (Individual Processes) Chapter 6: Memory and Learning Chapter 7: Work Motivation and Job Design Chapter 8: Work Motivation: Process Theories Chapter 9: Individual Decision Making Chapter 10: Workplace Stress and Work-life Balance Integration 2: Integrating Individual Characteristics and Processes Integrative Case Study No. 2 Section 4: The Interpersonal Level Chapter 11: Groups, Teams and Teamworking Chapter 12: Leadership: The Foundations of Leadership Theory Chapter 13: Leadership: Contingency Theories and Recent Approaches Chapter 14: Power, Politics and Conflict Chapter 15: Organisational Communication Integration 3: Integrating Group Characteristics and Processes and the Links between Individuals and Groups Integrative Case Study No. 3 Section 5: The Organisational Level Chapter 16: Organisational Goals and Effectiveness Chapter 17: Organisational Structure Chapter 18: Organisational Design Chapter 19: Organisational Control Chapter 20 Organisational Culture and Climate Chapter 21: Organisational Change and Development Integration 4: Integrating Macro Level Characteristics and Macro and Micro Levels of Organisation Integrative Case Study No. 4
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