Loose-Leaf for Organizational Behavior: A Practical, Problem-Solving Approach

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Loose-leaf
  • Copyright: 1/14/2015
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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This powerhouse author team brings their award-winning teaching styles, research, and professional consulting experience to help students’ better understand and use Organizational Behavior to flourish both professionally and personally.

Kinicki/Fugate, Organizational Behavior, 1e uses a conversational writing style with a visually engaging layout to appeal to todays student. This provides a “chunking” of the content and introduces students to what they are about to learn through a “Major Question/Bigger Picture.”

To bring the concepts through to application, Kinicki/Fugate 1e employs a problem-solving approach. This is presented through the “Problem-Solving Applications” (30 total boxed items appearing throughout each chapter) that present a business situation. Students work through these scenarios in the “Your Call” feature—a three-step problem solving approach. These are designed to help students apply concepts and strengthen their problem-solving skills.

The self-assessments are integrated in the content as well as assignable in Connect through the Interactive Application Self-Assessment tool. These have been hand picked and researched by the author team to ensure quality and research-based assessments. With this Self-Assessment tool, students will be able to immediately assess personal characteristics related to Organizational Behavior concepts being discussed in class.

Table of Contents


1. Making OB Work for You: What is OB and Why It’s Important?

2. Values and Work Attitudes: How Do They Affect Work-Related Outcomes?

3. Individual Differences and Emotions: Why Does Who You Are Affect Your Performance?

4. Social Perception and Managing Diversity: Why Are These Topics Essential for Success?

5. Foundation of Employee Motivation: How Can Managers Apply Motivation Theories?

6. Performance Management: How Can You Use Goals, Feedback, Rewards, and Positive Reinforcement to Boost Effectiveness?

7. Positive OB: How Can I Flourish at School, Work, and Home?


8. Groups and Teams: How Can Working with Others Increases Everybody’s Performance?

9. Communication in the Digital Age: How Can I Become a More Effective Communicator?

10. Managing Conflict and Negotiations: How Can These Skills Give You an Ad-vantage?

11. Decision Making and Creativity: How Critical Is It to Master These Skills?

12. Power, Influence, and Politics: How Can You Apply These to Increase Your Effectiveness?


13. Leadership Effectiveness: What Does It Take to Be Effective?

14. Organizational Culture, Socialization, and Mentoring: How Can I Use These Concepts for Competitive Advantage?

15. Organizational Design, Effectiveness, and Innovation: What Can I Do to Affect these Key Processes and Outcomes?

16. Managing Change and Stress: How Can You Apply OB and Show What You’ve Learned?

Epilogue: The General Model of OB: A Summary of What You Have Learned

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