Introduction to organisational behaviour

Michael Butler (Editor), Edward Rose (Editor)

Research output: Book/ReportEdited Book


Introduction to Organisational Behaviour is the first truly integrated multimedia package for introductory OB modules. It provides a rigorous critique of the essential organisational behaviour topics in a creative, interactive and visual way.

Key features include:
- Practitioner case studies presenting real organisational dilemmas accompanied by video interviews online where the practitioners talk about approaches and solutions
- Tailored tutor resources online, recognising that you have different needs - one area is designed for new OB lecturers; the other contains materials for more experienced OB lecturers
- An underpinning focus on employability skills, with tips in the book on how each topic could be linked to different skills and professionally produced video demonstrations online
- A global perspective reflecting today's market-place, integrated through global examples and theories including those from developing countries
- Innovative learning features including ethical dilemmas, best and worst practice examples, taking your learning further, review and discussion questions, applying theory to practice and a glossary
- Written by a team of experts at prestigious UK-based and international institutions
- A foreword by Richard Atfield of the Higher Education Academy.

Online resources

For tutors:
- Interviews with practitioners
- Demonstrations of employability skills
- Additional short and long case study per chapter with questions
- Additional discussion and assignment questions
- Tutorial activities
- PowerPoint slides
- Guidance notes
- Figures and tables from the book

For students:
- Web links including YouTube links and links to seminal articles
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon (UK)
Number of pages536
ISBN (Print)978-1-84398-247-0
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2011


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