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Organizational behavior / Stephen P. Robbins

Main Author Robbins, Stephen P., 1943- Country Estados Unidos. Edition 11th ed Publication Upper Saddle River : Pearson - Prentice Hall, cop. 2005 Description XXIII, 649 p. : il. ; 29 cm ISBN 0-13-191435-9 CDU 658.3
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

For one-semester, undergraduate level courses in Organizational Behavior. Organizational Behavior, 11e is the world's best-selling textbook for OB because it consistently integrates the most current, cutting edge topics and educational best-practices from management practice and research. There is a special emphasis on students taking research-based self-assessments, and then connecting the results of those self-assessments to skill building modules in the text (thereby pulling the student in an engaging way into the textbook content).

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • I Introduction
  • 1 What Is Organizational Behavior?
  • II The Individual
  • 2 Foundations of Individual Behavior
  • 3 Attitudes and Job Satisfaction
  • 4 Personality and Values
  • 5 Perception and Individual Decision Making
  • 6 Motivation Concepts
  • 7 Motivation: From Concepts to Applications
  • 8 Emotions and Moods
  • III The Group
  • 9 Foundations of Group Behavior
  • 10 Understanding Work Teams
  • 11 Communication
  • 12 Basic Approaches to Leadership
  • 13 Contemporary Issues in Leadership
  • 14 Power and Politics
  • 15 Conflict and Negotiation
  • IV The Organization System
  • 16 Foundations of Organization Structure
  • 17 Organizational Culture
  • 18 Human Resource Policies and Practices
  • V Organizational Dynamics
  • 19 Organizational Change and Stress Management
  • Appendix A Research in Organizational Behavior
  • Appendix B Careers and Career Management

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