Organisational behaviour in New Zealand : theory and practice by Graham Elkin, Brad Jackson and Kerr Inkson
By: Elkin, Graham.
Contributor(s): Jackson, Brad | Inkson, Kerr.Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand Pearson Education New Zealand 2004Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 368 p. : ill. 26 cm.ISBN: 1877258601.Subject(s): ORGANISATION THEORY | BEHAVIOUR | HUMAN RELATIONS | LEADERSHIP | CORPORATE CULTURE | MANAGEMENT
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Organisational behaviour - context and content ; Individual differences and similarities ; Perception, values and ethical behaviour ; Learning, behaviour modification and learning organisations ; Motivation ; Stress and attitudes to work ; Communication and interpersonal behaviour ; Groups and teams ; Leadership ; Organisational structure and design ; Organisational culture ; Organisational power, politics and conflict ; Organisational change and development ; Organisational behaviour: current issues and emerging challenges
Provides a reference text for managers and management students on the theory of organisational behaviour within the New Zealand context. Discusses current issues and emerging challenges in the field of organisational behaviour, and illustrates the points being made through the use of case studies.