Realistic, intermediate-length cases make up this inexpensive casebook. Based on real events but with all names changed, the cases either illustrate theory or describe a recent real-life dilemma requiring a decision. Cases are long enough to require significant analysis from the reader, but short enough that a wide variety of topics can be covered. Describes the full range of management, systems, group, interpersonal, and individual topics; also highlights international business, globalization, diversity, ethics, communications, and human resource decisions. References each case to several leading management and organizational behavior books. Offers a versatile range of material and organization, making book suitable for a variety of uses. An inexpensive, handy reference for trainers, organizational development consultants, and other Human Resources professionals.9) References: Please provide a thorough, APA-style citation for each reference used to support the answers to your ... For example, three motivation theories would count only as one theory. ... You include a plan of action or a reflection of how you might have done things differently if you knew then what you know ... Grading criteria for Step 4 - Final Version of Case xvii Critical Incident Case Assignment.
|Title||:||Cases in Management and Organizational Behavior|
|Author||:||Teri C. Tompkins|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 2000|