What is organisational behaviour? What motivates you? Which role do you take in a group or team? How do you handle conflict and negotiation? Organisational Behaviour is an introductory level textbook which covers the basic theoretical foundations of individual, group and organisational behaviour. Current and up-to-date thinking is contextualised within management themes. Including ethics, communication, negotiation and decision-making, Examples, case studies, reflection features, ethics features, and experiential exercises ensure that students have ample opportunity to apply the theory within a South African context. This textbook offers comprehensive coverage for senior undergraduate students who are studying Organisational Behaviour as part of a degree or diploma at a university or university of technology.
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Author||Kiley, Jerome; van Hoek, Lize; Donald, Fiona; Dodd, Nicole; van Hoek, Gerard; Moerdyke, Alwyn|
|Publication Date||15 Oct 2015|