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Work and Organizational Behaviour

Second edition

by Peter Sawchuk, Carolyn Forshaw, Militza Callinan & Martin Corbett

What's new for the second edition?

The second edition builds on the popular and successful approach of the first, but is packed with new features and materials…

New coverage
Including a new chapter on organizational culture (chapter 12), plus extra coverage in key areas including:
  • Work–life balance (Chapter 2)
  • Identity (Chapter 4)
  • Emotion in the workplace (Chapter 5)
  • Innovation (Chapter 6)
  • Self-concept (Chapter 7)
  • Organizational change (Chapter 13)
  • Ethics and CSR (Chapter 15)
  • Misbehaviour (Chapter 16)

New case studies and features
  • Fifteen new end-of-chapter case studies – with particular focus on BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China)
  • Seventeen new ‘Work and society’ features – focusing on the interface between organizations and their environment and giving students an insight into current research
  • Twelve new ‘OB and globalization’ case vignettes – focusing on the impact of globalization in a range of countries
  • Over fifty new Chapter research questions – to encourage students to develop independent research skills and viewpoints by reading around the subject, and to give lecturers additional group activities for classroom use
  • New Vocab checklists for ESL students in every chapter – to help non-native speakers of English get to grips with academic terminology and self-check their learning. Each terms will be linked to a definition on this companion website.

Plus!
  • New UK co-author (Martin Corbett, Warwick Business School)
  • Attractive page design
  • Re-ordered chapters for better fit to courses
  • Improved ancillaries