Help your students learn not only the concepts and theories that enhance the management of human behavior at work, but also how to practice these skills with Nelson/Quickas ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: SCIENCE, THE REAL WORLD, AND YOU, 7E. The latest edition of this book clearly demonstrates how organizational behavior theories and research apply to companies today with engaging cases, meaningful exercises, and examples that include six new focus companies students will instantly recognize. The authors present foundational organizational behavior topics, such as motivation, leadership, teamwork, and communication. Students also examine emerging issues reshaping the field today, such as the theme of change. They study how change affects attitudes and behaviors in an organization as well as what new opportunities and experiences change presents. Students further explore growing themes of globalization, diversity, and ethics. The authors anchor the bookas multifaceted approach in both classic research and leading-edge scholarship. Timely examples from all types of organizations throughout this edition reflect todayas most current trends, including six new focus companies you will instantly recognize -- Facebook, IKEA, CarMax and more. Self-assessments and other interactive learning opportunities allow your students to grow and develop, both as individuals and as important contributors to an organization, as they progress throughout your course. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Headrick set up a centralized network in which families were able to subscribe to a text service and receive important updates instantly ... Every Greensburg High student now has a laptop and hands in assignments via e-mail. ... RlMa#39;s BlackBerry: Problems and Prospects for Business Communications Work Teams.
|Title||:||Organizational Behavior: Science, The Real World, and You|
|Author||:||Debra Nelson, James Quick|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2010-02-09|