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Using the meso theory framework introduced by House, Rousseau and Thomas-Hunt which integrates the study of organizational behavior and organization theory simultaneously, this book fills the need of many health management programs that offer a combined organizational behavior and theory course. It provides a clear and concise overview of the essential topics in organization theory and design from the healthcare managerís perspective.
Table of Contents
|Micro Level- The Individual|
|Overview and History of Organizational Behavior|
|Diversity in Health Care|
|Perceptions and Attitudes|
|Understanding Individual Behaviors|
|Content Theories of Motivation|
|Process Theories of Motivation|
|Attribution Theory and Moti|
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