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Organizational Behavior, 3rd Editionby Michael A. Hitt (Texas A&M University); Adrienne Colella (Tulane University ); C. Chet Miller (Bauer College of Business, University of Houston)
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Hitt's engaging book will help managers understand the linkage between managing behavior effectively and the organization's ability to formulate and implement its strategy. It emphasizes the relationship between management effectiveness and company performance. A case study on Whole Foods is integrated throughout the chapters and covers all major organizational behavior topics. It also underscores how people are important assets to organizations, and how application of their knowledge and skills is necessary for organizations to accomplish their goals. Managers will gain the skills to make a strategic impact within their organizations.
Table of Contents
|The Strategic Lens|
|Whole Foods Case|
|A Strategic Approach to Organizational Behavior|
|Organizational Behavior in a Global Context|
|Part I Case: Cooperating and Communicating Across Cultures|
|Learning and Perception|
|Personality, Intelligence, Attitude and Emotions|
|Stress and Well-Being|
|Part II Case: Brussels and Bradshaw|
|Groups, Teams and Social Processes|
|Decision Making by Individuals and Groups|
|Groups and Teams|
|Conflict, Negotiation, Power, and Politics|
|Case: Bright and Dedicated: What More do you Want?|
|The Organizational Context|
|Organizational Structure and Culture|
|Organizational Change and Development|
|Case: A Sea Change in Staffing at Leapfrog Innovations, Inc|
|General Ethics Case|
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