Organizational Behavior and Change, 2e provides the reader with a contemporary, real-time, and conceptual approach to understanding organizational change through a concise presentation of current organizational behavior and models. The theme of planned change is integrated with classical organizational behavior topics throughout the text. A major premise of the book is that organizations and individuals must understand and use consultative perspectives on change in order to meet their goals.For example, a directive leadership style is more appropriate when the task is unstructured, the goals are ambiguous, ... For example, the participative leadership style in the path-goal model is more culturally appropriate (not necessarily theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Organizational Behavior and Change|
|Author||:||Joseph W. Weiss|
|Publisher||:||South-Western Pub - 2001|