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ORGB: Asia Pacific Edition, 1st Edition

by: Debra L. Nelson | James Campbell Quick | Sarah Wright | Christine Adams

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Publisher: Cengage Learning,28.08.11

Category: MANAGEMENT Level:

ISBN: 0170184978
ISBN13: 9780170184977

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A new approach to learning the principles of organisational behaviour, ORGB is the Asia-Pacific edition of a proven, innovative solution to enhance the learning experience. Concise yet complete coverage supported by a suite of online learning aids equips students with the tools required to successfully undertake a course in organisational behaviour

  Concise yet complete coverage of organisational behaviour principles supported by a suite of online learning aids

  Retaining the model of the US text, ORGB Asia-Pacific edition is comprehensively adapted to meet the needs of students studying organisational behaviour in the Asia-Pacific region

  Theory and applications of organisational behaviour are presented in an engaging narrative style that students will find both enjoyable and illuminating

  Icons integrated throughout the text refer students to a variety of on-line learning tools that complement specific chapter topics. Some tools will help students revise and reinforce concepts and other tools will help student apply the theory and expand their understanding

  Local and international examples include ANZ, Virgin Blue, Lonely Planet, Deloittes, Hudson's Coffee, Google, Rio Tinto, Hertz, Timberland

  ORGB in Practice feature explores practical applications of organisational behaviour theory in real world environments

  ORGB Trend highlights recent trends in organisational behaviour and innovative examples of these trends in practice

  ORGB Fact provides relevant latest facts and figures on contemporary issues in organisational behaviour

  Each new book offers 6-month subscription to CourseMate containing interactive quizzes, flashcards, case studies, games and more + Search me! management providing students with 24 hr access to full-text articles from hundreds of scholarly and popular periodicals as well as e-books

  18 tear out Chapter Review Cards provide students with a concise summary of how the key concepts connect to the learning objectives as well as review of key terms

Part I: Introduction
1. Organisational behaviour and opportunity
2. Challenges for managers

Part II: Individual processes and behaviour
3. Personality, perception, and attribution
4. Attitudes, emotions, and ethics
5. Motivation at work
6. Learning and performance management
7. Stress and well-being at work

Part III: Interpersonal process and behaviour
8. Communication
9. Work teams and groups
10. Decision making by individuals and groups
11. Power and political behaviour
12. Leadership and followership
13. Conflict and negotiation

Part IV: Organisational processes and structure
14. Jobs and the design of work
15. Organisational design and structure
16. Organisational culture
17. Career management
18. Managing change