Engaging ideas, transforming minds
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Canadian Scholars
527 pages
6 x 9 inches
April 2004
Print ISBN: 9781551302621


The second edition of Organizational Behaviour provides new insights and models for studying organizational culture. Updated and revised, this collection of writings on ethics in organizational behaviour addresses the moral character of corporate excellence, the values of profit and technology, the values of the individual in the corporate milieu, and the ethical issues that improve organizational design, and corporate excellence.

The contributors to this volume include scholars from Harvard University, MIT, Concordia University, McGill University and the University of Toronto.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Organizational Behaviour: Values and Ethics

Chapter 2: Human Values and Problematic Behaviours in Organizations

Chapter 3: Perception, Communications, and Learning

Chapter 4: Work Motivation

Chapter 5: A Value-Based Model of Motivation

Chapter 6: Job Design and New Technologies

Chapter 7: Personality

Chapter 8: Stress, Anxiety, and Alienation

Chapter 9: Personal Mastery

Chapter 10: Leadership and Strategic Change

Chapter 11: Organizational Culture and Change

Chapter 12: Managing for Organizational Integrity

Chapter 13: Building Effective Mulitcultural Work Teams: Some New Perspectives in Management Education

Chapter 14: Managing Globally Competent People

Chapter 15: Managing Creativity: A Japanese Model

Chapter 16: Designing Ethically Responsible Organizations

Chapter 17: Values: Moving from the Old Paradigm to the New

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