Suitable for undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational behaviour, this classic textbook has provided many generations of students with an exceptional introduction to organization, written by the masters of the subject. Now adapted to meet the needs of students in Europe, it offers real life examples drawn from a global range of organisations, and up-to-date insights into the latest research from across the world and hot topics
The US edition of this book is one of the world's leading organizational behaviour texts because its content and organization consistently reflect the most recent developments in theory and in practice. This brand-new adaptation of Organizational Behaviour has been inspired by the original edition and explores organizational behaviour from a wider, European-centred perspective. Case studies and exercises have been re-written for European students and content draws on research and examples from across the world.
Covering exciting new topics and offering the latest research, this text continues to be a leader in the field of organizational behaviour. New case studies and examples based on companies from across Europe and the rest of the world such as Ferrari, Dresdner Kleinwort, the Hilti Group, Google and more help to bring the subject alive.
At last, there is an Organizational Behavior textbook that provides case examples from both sides of the Atlantic. This European edition of Robbins & Judge combines theoretical substance with practical relevance. It offers students in OB the unique opportunity to discover the diversity of Europe, and to put it in a more global perspective. Frans M. van Eijnatten, Eindhoven University of Technology
A cracking read for students of organizational behaviour in a European context. Real-world examples and thorough scholarship bring the text to life.
Alexandra Beauregard, London School of Economics
Chapter 1- What Is Organisational Behaviour? Chapter 2- Foundations of Individual Behaviour Chapter 3- Attitudes and Job satisfaction Chapter 4- Personality and values Chapter 5- Perception and individual decision making Chapter 6- Motivation concepts Chapter 7- Motivation: From Concepts to Applications Chapter 8- Emotions and moods Chapter 9- Foundations of group behaviour Chapter 10- Understanding word teams Chapter 11- Communication Chapter 12- Basic Approaches to Leadership Chapter 13- Contemporary Issues in Leadership Chapter 14- Power and politics Chapter 15- Conflict and negotiation Chapter 16- foundations of organization stricture Chapter 17- Organisational culture Chapter 18- Human Resource Policies and Practices Chapter 19- Organisational change and stress management