Management and Organizational Behaviour

Management and Organizational Behaviour

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Existing literature on organizational behaviour is either lopsided or ignores the management dimensions. This book presents a holistic perspective of the subject to develop a correct perception about it, and is divided into twenty chapters. The comprehensive text covers the following topics: Introduction to Management, Planning, Controlling, Introduction to OB, Learning, Personality, Perception, Motivation, Communication, Teams, Leadership, Conflict, Transactional Analysis, Organizational Culture/Climate, Power and Politics, Introduction to HRM, Organizational Change and Development, Attitude and Ethics, Trends in International Business and Quality of Working Life. The book conforms to the syllabi of most of the Indian Universities and would serve as a useful text for students of MBA, M.Com, MCA, B.Tech, BBM and other diploma courses in management. It meets the needs of students, practicing managers and every person having an inclination to know more about the subject.Gantt Chart: Henry Laurence Gantt (1861-1919) was a mechanical engineer, management consultant and industry advisor. He developed Gantt charts in the second decade of the 20th century. Gantt charts were used as a visual tool to showanbsp;...

Title:Management and Organizational Behaviour
Author:Jayantee Saha
Publisher:Excel Books India - 2006


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