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Organisational Behaviour

An Introduction

Edited by Christine Cross and Ronan Carbery

A refreshingly concise introduction to organizational behaviour, outlining all of the key concepts and taking a thematic approach to explain how they can be applied together in practice. Innovative skills development exercises and video content demonstrate the relevance of the subject to students' future lives and careers.

What's new for this edition?

- In Reality vignettes that how demonstrate how OB is based on rigorous scientific evidence which often contradicts assumptions.

-An international approach to OB, with Active Case Studies and OB in the News boxes in every chapter, providing international examples ranging from the Middle East to Germany.

- Coverage of contemporary issues such as social networking, ethics, diversity and Corporate Social Responsibility

-Spotlight on Skills exercises which link to bespoke video interviews with a range of business professionals, from organisations including Eurostar, Which? and a former All Blacks rugby star!

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