Handbook of Organizational Behavior, Revised and Expanded

2nd Edition

Robert T. Golembiewski

Published October 24, 2000
Reference - 828 Pages
ISBN 9780824703936 - CAT# DK1658
Series: Public Administration and Public Policy

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Building upon the strengths of the first edition while continuing to extend the influence and reach of organizational behavior (OB), the Second Edition of this groundbreaking reference/ text analyzes OB from a business marketing perspective-offering a thorough treatment of central, soon-to-be central, contiguous, and emerging topics of OB to facilitate greater viability and demand of OB practice.
New edition incorporates more comparative perspectives throughout!
Contributing to the dynamic, interdisciplinary state of OB theory and practice, the Handbook of Organizational Behavior, Second Edition
  • comprehensively covers strategic and critical issues of the OB field with descriptive analyses and full documentation
  • details the essential principles defining core OB such as organizational design, structure, culture, leadership theory, and risk taking
  • advances solutions to setting operational definitions throughout the field
  • comparatively discusses numerous situations and variables to provide clarity to mixed or inconclusive research findings
  • utilizes cross-cultural approaches to examine recent issues concerning race, ethnicity, and gender
  • reevaluates value standards and paradigms of change in OB
  • investigates cross-national examples of OB development, including case studies from the United States and India
  • and much more!
    Written by 45 worldwide specialists and containing over 3500 references, tables, drawings, and equations, the Handbook of Organizational Behavior, Second Edition is a definitive reference for public administrators, consultants, organizational behavior specialists, behavioral psychologists, political scientists, and sociologists, as well as a necessary and worthwhile text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students taking organizational behavior courses in the departments of public administration, psychology, management, education, and sociology.
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