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Individuals and Groups in Organizations
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Individuals and Groups in Organizations



November 1998 | 200 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Refreshing and accessible, Individual and Groups in Organizations guides student and practitioner alike through the maze of approaches to the way in which people interact in organizational life. The typical book about organizational behavior is actually an introductory course in social psychology for business students. By building their text around six topics central to those who manage in organizations, the authors have provided a clear, easily used framework for analyzing the role of the individual in the group, the group in the organization, and the organization in the environment. Throughout this book the central themes are explained and analyzed with reference to new case examples, summaries of current research, and key concepts. Without being a traditional textbook on organizational behavior or a recipe book for managerial action, Individuals and Groups in Organizations provides both business students and reflective practitioners with valuable insights into the processes of creativity, flexibility, change, and development in organizations.
 
Introduction
 
People
 
Gender
 
Flexibility
 
Groups
 
Learning
 
Creativity
 
Some Final, Final Words

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Bobbie Turniansky

A Paul Hare

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