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Wie Organizational Behavior
Book details:
Pages: 648
Rating: 3.55

ISBN 0471701505 (ISBN13: 9780471701507 )

Genres:
Nonfiction :: Business :: Textbooks

Book description:

Now in its ninth edition, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the major themes, theories, concepts and terminology of organizational behavior. It follows a streamlined, skill-building approach that arms readers with practical knowledge and hands-on experience. And with the help of a new chapter, they'll also examine current issues in the field including intellectual capital, justice and organizational citizenship, corporate governance, organizational transformation and ethical leadership.




Book Authors:

John R. Schermerhorn Jr.

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James G. Hunt

James Gerald Hunt
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Richard N. Osborn

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