For courses in Organizational Behavior and Human Behavior in Organizations.
In this text, students are introduced to the foundations of Organizational Behavior through the self-discovery of their own personalities, preferences, abilities, and learning styles. The concepts of individual, group, and organizational behavior are delivered in a way that allow students to envision how they will fit into organizations and be successful in leadership roles. A variety of tools are used to guide students through the self discovery process, including chapter opening self-assessment tests, chapter opening and closing case studies and the Prentice Hall Self-Assessment Library.
Table of Contents
2. Personality, Ability, and Learning
4. Values and Attitudes
7. Turning People into Team Players
8. Group Behavior
10. Decision Making
14. Typical Structures
15. What Do People in Different Jobs Do?
16. Human Resources 1: The Hiring Process
17. Human Resources 2: Company Policy
18. Organizational Culture
19. Motivation in Organizations
20. Organizational Change
21. Power and Politics
22. Effort and Ethics
23. Succeeding in an Organization
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Human Behavior in Organizations, CourseSmart eTextbook, 2nd Edition
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$59.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-13-505616-5