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Organisational Behaviour: Individuals, Groups and the Organisation
‘One of the great strengths of this text, in my view, is that in every single chapter I found something new or different. . . . Another strong point of this book, which ran through every chapter, was the author’s ability to make sense of theories in relation to current practice.’
Linda Horner, Coventry University
This new edition builds on the strengths of the previous edition, and offers students a concise but broad coverage of the main theories informing organisational behaviour. The book moves from the individual to the organisational and the global context, and critically examines the three themes of change, communication and conflict in each. It promotes critical evaluation of theory and practice to enable students and managers to interpret and deal with organisational problems.
Features of the new edition of Organisational Behaviour: Individuals, Groups and Organisation:
This book is suitable for students requiring an introduction to organisational behaviour on business and management undergraduate degrees, post-experience and postgraduate courses, and professional courses. It is also designed as a focused and lively general reader on the subject.
Ian Brooks is Head of School of Business and Management at University College Northampton.