Organisational Behaviour

An Introduction

by Christine Cross and Ronan Carbery Human Resource Management Human Resource Development

Praise for Organisational Behaviour

An excellent textbook which interprets ideas and concepts in a way that students will easily comprehend. It develops critical thinking both through fascinating scenarios which students are invited to solve and through interactive questions. The case studies at the end of each chapter provide a linchpin by bringing in real-life perspectives that students are able to relate to. -Never Muskwe, De Montfort Unversity, UK
A concise, clear and application-orientated treatment of the key elements of OB. For students, it will be an invaluable resource. For lecturers, it provides a solid foundation that is flexible enough to be used rewardingly in different local contexts.’-François Bester, Alfaisal University, Saudi Arabia
Organisational Behaviour provides fresh perspectives on managing behaviour in the twenty-first century. This text will be invaluable for multiple audiences: students undertaking management studies with little foundational knowledge; people in the workforce who want to understand the theoretical and practical aspects of behaviour; and anyone seeking a global appreciation of organisational behaviour. The core themes are well written and are structured to provoke debate through a range of academic material, including case studies, skill-building exercises, and electronic resources.’-Margaret E. Heffernan, O.A.M., RMIT University, Australia
This book provides detailed explanations and a logical framework for understanding OB. In addition, a rich variety of engaging learning features will help students to form a realistic understanding of business and to enhance their employability.’ -Chau So Ling, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong, China