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Structure of the Book: The structure is logical and easy to use. The book begins with an introductory section (Part I) which describes and illustrates the Foundations of Organizational Behaviour. The book next discusses, in Part II, Individual Processes and Behaviour. It then moves, in Part III, to examine the interactions among individuals in Group Behaviour. Part IV discusses The Organization System and, finally, in Part V, the book presents Organizational Dynamics.Numerous up-to-date examples: Because many students have limited exposure to real organizations, the book contains recent examples from a broad spectrum of organizations to illustrate the major concepts and to help students appl...
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