Clegg, Stewart

Managing and organizations: an introduction to theory and practice - 2nd ed. - Los Angeles Sage Publications 2008 - xxxv, 680 p.

The eagerly-awaited Second Edition of this successful, highly-praised textbook continues to provide an original and engaging introduction to organizational behavior. Now completely revised and restructured, Stewart Clegg, Martin Kornberger, and Tyrone Pitsis succeed in relating theory to practice at every step to equip students with a real understanding of how to apply organizational behavior ideas in the real world. Student-friendly case studies, examples and boxed features will stimulate and challenge students, encouraging them to develop critical thinking skills. New to the Second Edition Six new chapters for coverage of all essential topics, including: individuals, teams and groups, human resource management, ethics, and corporate social responsibility. New learning features including boxed sections, case studies, and marginal definitions, to ensure students explore key themes and truly engage with contemporary debates. A new companion website and full instructors manual. Students have free access to hundreds of multiple choice questions, downloadable journal articles, extra case studies and author podcasts. Clegg et al's engaging writing style, extensive learning features


Industrial organization
Organizational behavior


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