Reading and Exercises in Organizational Behavior covers readings and exercises on organizational behavior. The book presents articles on organizational behavior foundations, individual behavior in organizations, as well as group behavior in organizations. The text also includes articles on organizational design, job design, and the effects of job stress on performance. Articles on organizational processes dealing with decision making, communication, and performance appraisal are also considered. The book concludes by demonstrating articles on the nature and scope of organizational effectiveness, including topics on organizational climate, organizational change, and organizational development. Behavioral psychologists and students taking organizational behavior courses will find the text invaluable.Much could be learned by careful comparative studies, which also could be used to explore organizational and cross-cultural differences. FOr Managers The opportunities for individual managers to do what they believe to be most important for the job, the organization, or their own purposes exist ... The analysis in this paper can help one to look at the nature of flexibility in different managerial jobs and atanbsp;...
|Title||:||Readings and Exercises in Organizational Behavior|
|Author||:||Jane W. Gibson, Richard M. Hodgetts|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-09-03|