Management & Organisational Behavoiur, 10th edition
By Laurie J. Mullins
Distributed by the Trans-Atlantic Publications
814 Pages, Illustrated
$117.50 Paper original
The essential introduction to management and organisational behaviour – over half a million students worldwide have used Management and Organisational Behaviour to help them learn. Written in an engaging style and packed with contemporary references to management research and practice, this book continues to be the Organisational Behaviour text of choice for today’s students.
A range of real life examples and case studies illustrate the theories of human behaviour at work, and the influence of individuals, leaders and groups on organisational performance.
Using frequent questions and exercises, a clear layout, and additional online resources, this book will enable students to
- think critically about topical issues and debates.
- develop personal and professional skills for work and study.
- reinforce and assess knowledge and understanding.
- navigate through the text efficiently and effectively.
- succeed in project work, research and exams.
Chapter 1 The Nature of Organisational Behaviour
Chapter 2 Approaches to Organisation and Management
Chapter 3 The Nature and Context of Organisations
Part 2 THE INDIVIDUAL
Chapter 4 Individual Differences and Diversity
Chapter 5 The Nature of Learning
Chapter 6 Perception and Communication
Chapter 7 Work Motivation and Job Satisfaction
Part 3 GROUPS, TEAMS AND LEADERSHIP
Chapter 8 The Nature of Work Groups and Teams
Chapter 9 Working in Groups and Teams
Chapter 10 The Nature of Leadership
Part 4 THE PROCESS OF MANAGEMENT
Chapter 11 The Nature of Management
Chapter 12 Managerial Behaviour and Effectiveness
Part 5 STRUCTURES OF ORGANISATION
Chapter 13 Organisation Strategy and Structure
Chapter 14 Patterns of Structure and Work Organisation
Chapter 15 Technology and Organisations
Part 6 ORGANISATION MANAGEMENT
Chapter 16 Organisational Control and Power
Chapter 17 Corporate Responsibility and Ethics
Chapter 18 Organisation Culture and Change
Chapter 19 Organisational Performance and Development
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