Organizational Behavior

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
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"Now in its ninth edition, Stephen P. Robbins' Organizational Behavior has become the benchmark text by which all others in the market are measured. With a writing style that appeals to beginning students and experienced practitioners, Robbins provides a fascinating, reality-based exploration of OB. Rich with real-world examples and exercises that highlight timely topics, Organizational Behavior is unparalleled in its comprehensive and contemporary approach to the field."--BOOK JACKET.

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Contents

What Is Organizational Behavior?
1
Foundations of Individual Behavior
12
Values Attitudes and Job Satisfaction
21
Personality and Emotions
30
Perception and Individual Decision Making
41
Basic Motivation Concepts
54
From Concept to Applications
65
Foundations of Group Behavior
77
Leadership and Trust
113
Power and Politics
127
Conflict and Negotiation
139
Foundations of Organization Structure
150
Work Design and Technology
161
Human Resource Policies and Practices
173
Organizational Culture
186
Organizational Change and Stress Management
197

Understanding Work Teams
92
Communication
102
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