Principles of Organizational Behaviour has a wide application to the undergraduate market, postgraduate courses such as the MBA, and professional degrees. It is written jointly from psychological and sociological perspectives, and covers the range of disciplines across occupational psychology, group dynamics, and work and organizations. It has been established over the past ten years, filling a market gap for a critical and genuinely multi-disciplinary text. In contrast to many traditional textbooks, it covers problematic areas of conflict and debate, and through a clear writing style complex ideas are communicated in an interesting and accessible way. Without simply overturning established ideas, alternatives are outlined, making the book both useful and comprehensive, academic and practical. This new edition progresses through clearly structured levels of analysis: individual, group, organization, and society. It is substantially revised, updated and newly formatted, and includes additional material on job analysis and competencies, individual differences and their assessment, subjectivity and the labour process, employee involvement, managerial work, organizational design, change management, and the gendering of work. It also contains new features, in the shape of case examples, study questions and learning objectives.