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Offering a strong combination of theory and analysis, Principles of Organizational Behaviour is an engaging text that looks at the debates surrounding the subject, encouraging students to think critically about the key issues involved.
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Drawing on areas of psychology and sociology, the authors take disciple-based approaches, dividing the text into four distinctive levels of analysis: individual, group, organizational, and social (IGOS). This IGOS framework encompasses the approaches to explain social action and behaviour, and provides an insight into this fascinating subject.
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For lecturers: an extensive Instructor's Manual PowerPoint slides, seminar exercises, and a test bank of questions.
For students: answer outlines to the end-of-chapter study questions, web links, and a glossary.
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Principles of Organizational Behaviour by Robin Fincham and Peter Rhodes is a clear, well-structured and comprehensive textbook that combines a psychological and sociological approach to the subject of organisational studies. The textbook has a long history of being a useful and practical teaching tool, and most educators reading through this text would find its structure, comprehensive treatment of relevant topics and style easy to use and appealing to students. the writing is clear and well argued, presenting students with straightforward study material. (Christopher Stoney, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, from the Times Higher Educational Supplement, 9th November 2006)L'autore:
Professor Robin Fincham is Professor of Organizational Behaviour in the department of Management and Organization at Stirling University Peter Rhodes is a management consultant working for OTL Management Consultancy
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Descrizione libro Condizione: New. New. Codice articolo E-0199253978
Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, USA, 2006. Paperback. Condizione: New. 4. Codice articolo DADAX0199253978