Organizational behavior : human behavior at work / John W. Newstrom, Keith Davis.
By: Newstrom, John W.
Contributor(s): Davis, Keith. Human behavior at work.Material type: TextSeries: McGraw-Hill series in management.Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Companies, c1997Edition: 10th ed.Description: xxvi, 611 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0070465045 (alk. paper); 0071145389; 9780070465046.Subject(s): Organizational behavior | Industrial sociologyDDC classification: 658.4 Online resources: WorldCat details
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Rev. ed. of: Human behavior at work / Keith Davis, John W. Newstrom. 8th ed. 1989.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Table of contents Part 1: fundamentals of organizational bevaviour; the dynamics of people and organizations; models of organizational behaviour; managing communications; social systems and organizational culture. Part 2: motivation and reward systems; motivational basics; motivational applications; appraising and rewarding performance. Part 3: leadership and empowerment; leadership; empowerment and participation. Part 4: individual and interpersonal behaviour; employee's attitudes and their effects; issues between organizations and individuals; interpersonal behaviour. Part 5: group behaviour; informal and formal groups; teams and team building. Part 6: changes and its effects; managing change; stress and counselling. Part 7: emerging aspects of organizational behaviour; organizational behaviour across cultures; organizational behaviour in perspective. Part 8 Case problems: the teaching hospital; creative toys; Eastern International; Goodman Company; Falcon Computer Company; The Consolidated Life Company; the Video Electronics Company; Elite Electric Company; The Patterson Operations; TRW Oilwell Cable Division.
This revised text includes many new topics and concepts from contemporary organizational behaviour literature and actual practice. It covers: systems models; employee communication and employee Read more...