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Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. Home Learning. Management and Organisational Behaviour. Description This comprehensive text integrates management and organisational behaviour to reflect current business practices. Through relevant and up-to-date discussion of key concepts, the book offers students applied behavioural skills and a grounded understanding of how organisations function.
A new chapter structure presents the subject matter in a format specifically for the UK and European courses, and new material relevant to UK and European students is included.
Increased emphasis on research is imparted through Research Focus boxes. Table of contents Part 1: What managers and organisations do1. Introduction to Management Organisational Behaviour 2. Managers and Organisations 3. Understanding Perception, Learning and Personality 5.
Motivation Principles at work 6. Motivation Methods and Applications 7. Communicating for Understanding and Results 9. Creating Productive Interpersonal Relationships Building Groups into Teams Conflict Management and Negotiation Part 4: The role of the manager: leadership practices Ethical Problem Solving and Decision Making Power and Politics Leadership Part 5: Developing the organisation Organisational Structure and Design Creating and Changing Organisational Culture Organisational Change, Development and Innovation show more.
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Management And Organisational Behaviour
Management and Organisational Behaviour. Wendy Bloisi , Curtis W. Cook , Phillip L. Updated to reflect current business practices, the text includes a new chapter on HRM within the organisation and expanded coverage of key topics such as globalisation.
Management and organisational behaviour