- Publisher: Financial Times/ Prentice Hall; 1 edition (5 Aug 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1405807598
- ISBN-13: 978-1405807593
- Product Dimensions: 19.5 x 4.4 x 26.4 cm
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,696,602 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This market leading text guides students to a thorough understanding of organisational behaviour and relates this to effective management practice. It is an invaluable resource, which provides a clear and insightful introduction to management studies and acts as a comprehensive point of reference thereafter.
Reasons to choose Mullins
"Mullins is distinctive because it covers not just organisational behaviour but management as well. It combines a great breadth of coverage with an accessible writing style and attractive layout and design. To myself and to my students, it's a trusted friend."
Anna Lee, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
"I recommend Mullins because of its readability and straightforward style. This is very important when teaching multicultural classes where English is not their first language."
David Wilson, Hogeschool INHolland, The Netherlands
"I recommend Mullins because of its depth of coverage of topics which I consider central to management and OB, and in particular for its focus on leadership. The book encourages students to form their own conclusions by considering multiple points of view and brings clarity to this often complex subject by avoiding jargon and technical terminology."
Hugo Misselhorn, University of Durban-Westville, South Africa
"The book is packed with relevant concepts, examples and exercises that are readily accessible to students at a variety of levels. Students tell me they like the layout, with plenty of diagrams and illustrations to help bring the concepts to life. The secret of the book's success is that it is so versatile – it can either be read cover to cover as the definitive management textbook, or it can be used as a reference work, enabling students to dip into relevant sections as required."
Brian Good, Surrey University, UK