Now in its fifth edition, this successful introduction to organisational behaviour has been revised, developed, and updated throughout to reflect the most recent developments in today's dynamic business environment. Whilst maintaining its strong research foundations, Organisational Behaviour is contemporary, engaging, and essential reading for the aspiring practitioner and academic alike. You will explore: how the individual interacts with its wider social setting in the business environment; the relationship between Organisational Behaviour and Organisation Theory; how to analyse and implement change; and the diagstic challenges faced in organisational behaviour. Key Features: a European perspective on theories and practice from both sides of the Atlantic; case Studies begin each chapter with an interesting and relevant example to introduce and apply key theories in OB; cases w include The Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Royal Dutch Shell, and FedEx to name a few; critical thinking questions and activities have been added throughout to encourage debate and analysis; OB in Real Life mini cases give examples from around the globe providing insights and an international outlook; exercises and review questions test understanding of core theories; and 'HR' icons highlight the relationship between these two closely-related disciplines.
Christian Waldstrom, Knud Sinding
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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