ISBN 9780070153257,Principles Of Management And Organizational Behaviour

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ISBN 9780070153257
Publisher

Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Private Limited

Publication Year 2009
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780070153257

ISBN-10 0070153256
Binding

Paperback

Edition 2nd
Number of Pages 288 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Business

In a book dealing with human experiences in organizations, it is important for students to relate and translate examples given in the book with their personal experiences and environmental milieu. This conceptual textbook on Principles of Management and Organizational Behaviour deals with Indian ethos and perspectives. It has numerous examples pertaining to real life experiences. The Case Studies given at the end of each section are set in and reflect Indian Scenarios leading to easy understanding of topics. Salient Features Simple and lucid style of writing Includes pedagogical features like learning objectives, keywords, and review questions Case studies at the end of each section Table of content ;- Part I : Management and Organizational Behaviour Chapter 1. Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Chapter 2. Nature of organizations Chapter 3. Evolutions of management thoughts Chapter 4. Nature and functions of management Chapter 5. Planning Chapter 6. Organizing/ Organizing Structures and Design Chapter 7. Controlling Chapter 8. Staffing Part II : The Individual Chapter 9. Perceptual Process Chapter 10. Decision making Chapter 11. Nature of Learning Chapter 12. Values and attitudes Chapter 13. Motivation and emotions in workplace Chapter 14. Personality Part III : Foundation of Group Behaviour Chapter 15. Nature of work groups and teams Chapter 16. Communication Chapter 17. Leadership Part IV : The Entire Organization Chapter 18. Organizational Culture and Climate Chapter 19. Management of Conflict within the organization Chapter 20. Organizational Change and Development

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