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Organisational Behaviour Core Concepts & Applications 4E Australasian

by: By (author) Jack Maxwell Wood , By (author) Rachid M. Zeffane , By (author) Michele Fromholtz , By (author) Retha Wiesner , By (author) Rachel Morrison , By (author) Tui McKeown , By (author) Aharon Factor , By (author) John R. Schermerhorn , By (

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,29.06.15


ISBN: 0730314715
ISBN13: 9780730314714

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Organisational Behaviour: Core Concepts and Applications, Fourth Australasian edition, is the ideal resource for a one-semester Organisational Behaviour course. Fourteen concise, relevant and tightly focused chapters, presented in a highly visual manner, are designed to engage rather than overwhelm students. Numerous case studies and real-world examples throughout the text examine how organisations in the Australian, New Zealand and Asian region are responding to contemporary business issues such as:

* sustainable business practices and ethical considerations
* the gender pay gap
* employee stress and work-life balance
* workforce flexibility and casualisation
* gen Y and the ageing workforce
* skills shortages
* globalisation
* telecommuting
* outsourcing
* diversity in the workplace and managing cross-cultural teams
* the '24/7' nature of contemporary communication technology, including social media.

Complemented by the latest research in the field, this text provides a thorough analysis of contemporary organisational behaviour