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Organizational behavior 2; essential theories of process and structure.


Organizational behavior 2; essential theories of process and structure.

Miner, John B.

M.E. Sharpe, Inc.


444 pages




The sequel to Organizational Behavior: Essential Theories of Motivation and Leadership (2005) provides a review and analysis of the key theories of macro-organizational behavior. It provides background on scientific method, theory construction and evaluation, measurement considerations, research design, and the nature of knowledge in organizational behavior, and discusses theories in areas including decision-making, systems, and organizational sociology. The text assumes prior studies in fields such as organizational behavior and management.

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