This latest edition of this text gives students the management context of organisational behaviour with a wealth of case studies for applying in the real world.
Using both theory and practical, real-world examples, the textbook considers how organisational performance can be improved through effective management of people. This unique approach to the subject enables students to relate Organisational Behaviour to Management in the broader social and cultural contexts.
Table of Contents
In acknowledgement and appreciation
About the authors
About the contributors
About this book
Part 1 The organisational setting
Chapter 1 Understanding organisational behaviour
Chapter 2 Approaches to organisation and management
Chapter 3 The organisational environment
Part 2 The individual
Chapter 4 Individual differences and diversity
Chapter 5 Learning and development
Chapter 6 Perception and communication
Chapter 7 Work motivation and job satisfaction
Part 3 Groups, leadership and management
Chapter 8 Working in groups and teams
Chapter 9 Leadership in organisations
Chapter 10 Understanding management
Part 4 Structure, strategy and effectiveness
Chapter 11 Organisation structure and design
Chapter 12 Technology and organisations
Chapter 13 Organisational control and power
Chapter 14 Strategy, corporate responsibility and ethics
Chapter 15 Organisational culture and chang
Chapter 16 Organisational performance and development
Appendix A Review of personal skills and employability
Expanded 'Personal skills and employability' sections as well as five new end-of-chapter exercises and an end-of-book review to help you to develop your social and work-based skills in preparation for life after study.
New and revised 'Management and organisational behaviour in action' case studies help to place the theory of management and organisational behaviour in the context of everyday organisational practice.
New and revised end-of-chapter case studies provide a deeper insight into a wide variety of organisations in the UK and around the world.
New 'Academic viewpoint' feature in each part links to relevant research for a deeper understanding of the topics discussed.
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- ISBN: 9781292088488