Canadian Organizational Behaviour By Steven L. McShane

Steven L. McShane ó 2 Read & download


reflects the dynamic world of organizational behaviour and emerging workplace realities – social media and virtual teams; values and self-leadership; emotional intelligence and effective teamwork skills. The explains how these new realities impact/benefit an organization, and that organizational behavior is not just for managers, but is relevant to all who work in and around organizations.

has developed a reputation for its solid foundation of contemporary and classic research and writing. The Tenth Edition connects vivid real-world examples and practices to good theory. This evidence-based foundation is apparent from the number and quality of literature cited in each chapter, including dozens of ¬articles, books, and other sources. This market leading title discusses emerging OB theories such as the full self-concept model (not just core self-evaluation), workplace emotions, social identify theory, global mindset, four-drive theory, Schwartz’s values model, employee engagement, learning orientation, social and information processing characteristics of job design, and many other groundbreaking topics. The authors also teach organizational behaviour so they know the importance of a textbook that offers deep support for active learning and critical thinking with Canadian and global cases and examples and rich in-class activities. Canadian Organizational Behaviour

This was alright. I've had more engaged textbooks and I've had worse.
My interest in this subject was starting to wane near the end, although I'm not sure that's entirely the fault of the text. 559 This might be the first textbook I've ever read all the way through! Very readable for a textbook. I like the boxes with definitions so it's easy to skim for the term you're looking for.

Also, it's nice to read a Canadian textbook for a change! Lots of examples about Canadian companies, including my own city of Winnipeg. I think that made it more interesting for me.

I'm a library tech student, and this was my textbook for Human Behaviour in Organizations. 559 An interesting and thought provoking textbook.

I enjoyed how every chapter opened up with a story that directly related to the material in the chapter. I feel like those stories definitely helped me to relate to the text as well as to my own experiences. 559 Textbook for our Organizational Behaviour course at the University of Regina taught by Sandra Steen. Loved the course, the professor, and the material - highly educational and beneficial in more than just Human Resources positions. 559