Organisation Behaviour in New Zealand

Author(s): Graham Elkin


Over the last decade, the nature of New Zealand organisations and the experience of people in the workplace have undergone substantial changes. Diversity is increasing; the task of management is becoming more complex and immediate; workplaces are characterised by an unprecedented level of competition and the ?people? side of organisations is seen as a vital ingredient. The second edition of Organisational Behaviour in New Zealand provides management students with understanding of the twenty-first century working environment they will be entering. It introduces them to the theory of organisational behaviour, and shows how it applies in New Zealand. It is also a useful reference book for managers and employees, who, by knowing how to observe, understand, predict and influence behaviour, will be better equipped to work in this changing environment. For this revised edition, the authors have drawn on the most recent research in the discipline, and have included up-to-date examples to illustrate the points being made. They discuss current issues and emerging challenges in the field of organisational behaviour, and have added a new chapter on organisational structure and design.


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General Fields

  • : 9781877258602
  • : longnz
  • : longnz
  • : April 2004
  • : 255x210mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Graham Elkin
  • : Paperback
  • : 2nd Revised edition
  • : 658.300993
  • : 376
  • : Illustrations (some col.)