Fundamentals of international organizational behavior

Simon Landau Dolan, Tony Lingham

Producció científica: Llibre


This book is a product of not only the authors' lives, work, teaching and consulting experiences across the world but particularly in teaching courses on organizational behavior to students that come from different parts of the globe. Questions and issues raised required in the classroom and those are surface in international management conferences that relate to the global environment are core to the development of this book. The authors also ensure that this book covers influential theories such as Experiential Learning Theory that would help faculty and students focus on engaging in the process of learning (both at the individual and team levels) as part of organizational behavior course. As such, this book has been written and designed for college students who are taking their first course in organizational behavior and who are interested in international business or management. This book is also designed to provide historical and fundamental aspects of organizational behavior so as to cater to the diversity of knowledge and related experience in the fields of psychology, sociology or business. It incorporates individual and team learning and development. It includes case studies that highlight the complexities in a global environment. It focuses on current trends in international organizational behaviour with views and comments from leading scholars as vignettes in each chapter. It creates modular chapters for easy customization in teaching organizational behaviour.
Idioma originalAnglès
Nombre de pàgines367
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 d’ag. 2008


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