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Organisational Behaviour (2nd Edition)

An Introduction

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 420

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Paperback - 9781352012477

15 November 2021

$67.99

Hardcover - 9781352012514

15 November 2021

Ebook - 9781352012484

13 December 2021

$54.99

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This lively and comprehensive textbook demonstrates how research into human behaviour can be applied in the workplace. It assumes no prior work experience, instead asking students to draw and everyday occurrences and...

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This lively and comprehensive textbook demonstrates how research into human behaviour can be applied in the workplace. It assumes no prior work experience, instead asking students to draw and everyday occurrences and complete a range of engaging activities to deepen their understanding of key topics such as personality, perception and motivation. With a focus on helping students to develop key skills useful to future employers, it offers a wealth of real-world examples, coverage of contemporary issues and an international approach.
This is an essential textbook for first and second year undergraduate and postgraduate students on Business and Management degrees who are taking introductory modules in organisational behaviour. 

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A global approach to OB, with 'OB in Practice' and 'OB in the News' case studies in every chapter providing examples from the UK, Ireland, the USA, Kenya, China, Europe and Asia
A strong emphasis on career development, with a skills development section and a 'Building Your Skills' feature, which helps prepare students for employment
Coverage of contemporary topics such as diversity, healthy workplaces, the #metoo movement and Covid 19
A free-to-access website featuring self-test questions, interactive simulations and bespoke video interviews with a range of business professionals, as well as a testbank, teaching notes and teaching slides for lectures. 



New introductory chapter discussing OB in the wider business environment
New chapters on Managing Diversity, Managing Healthy Workplaces and Organizational Socialisation
Exciting new interactive simulations, which put students in the shoes of a manager making difficult decisions 
New part structure to help students understand how topics group together and relate to each other
New 'Ethical Behaviour in the Workplace' feature that invites students to discuss how they would respond to ethical dilemmas
New 'Impact of Technology on Behaviour' feature, which explores topical issues such as AI and computer-mediated communication to uncover hos technology is impacting behaviour in the workplace
Managerial Takeaways - new end-of-chapter summaries pulling out key practical issues



1. Organisational Behaviour and the Business Environment
2. Personality
3. Perception
4. Attitudes and Job Satisfaction
5. Motivation and Rewards
6. Leadership
7. Groups and Teams in the Workplace
8. Management Control, Power and Authority
9. Managing Healthy Workplaces
10. Managing Diversity
11. Organisational Socialisation
12. Organisational Culture
13. Organisational Change
14. Communication in the Workplace.

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Christine Cross is Head of Department, Work & Employment Studies and Senior Lecturer in OB and HRM at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick. 
 
Ronan Carbery is Senior Lecturer in Management and Marketing at University College Cork, Ireland.

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Christine Cross is Head of Department, Work & Employment Studies and Senior Lecturer in OB and HRM at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick. 
 
Ronan Carbery is Senior Lecturer in Management and Marketing at University College Cork, Ireland.

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