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The theme of the fourth edition is the ‘new workplace’ Workplace. PART II: THE ENVIRONMENT OF MANAGEMENT. 2. The
highlighting how technology and other influences have Environment and Corporate Culture. 3. Managing in a Global
changed the traditional organizations and the impact on Environment. 4. Managerial Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility.
PART III: PLANNING. 5. Organizational Planning and Goal Setting.
their members. Understanding Management uses small to 6. Managerial Decision Making. PART IV: ORGANIZING.
mid-sized organizations as examples giving students 7. Fundamentals of Organizing. 8. Change and Development.
practical insights into the type of organizations that 9. Human Resource Management. 10. Managing Diverse Employees.
many will start their careers. The goal since the first PART V: LEADING. 11. Foundations of Behavior in Organizations.
edition has been to provide a practical and hands-on 12. Leadership in Organizations. 13. Motivation in Organizations.
14. Communicating in Organizations. 15. Teamwork in Organizations.
alternative to the traditional and comprehensive texts on PART VI: CONTROLLING. 16. The Importance of Control. APPENDIX
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PART I: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. The Manager’’s Job. Change and Learning. 13. Managing Human Resources. PART V.
2. International Management, Cultural Diversity. 3. Information LEADING. 14. Work Motivation. 15. Dynamics of Leadership.
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4. Planning in the Contemporary Organization. 5. Strategic Planning 11. Communicating for Results. 12. Motivation for High Performance.
in a Global Environment. 6. Effective Managerial Decision Making. 13. Leading with Influence. PART FIVE: CONTROLLING. 14. Control
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Organization. 10. Strategic Human Resource Management.
11. Organizational Culture, Change, and Development. PART 4.
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2. Organizational Environments and Cultures. 3. Ethics and Social needs and (2) the need organizations and their people
Responsibility. PART II: MAKING THINGS HAPPEN. 4. Planning.
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Table of Contents Richard M. Hodgetts,
PART 1: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS. 1. The Winning Florida International University
Hand of Entrepreneurship. PART 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL STRATEGY. 2-Color, 740 pp., 2004
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OPPORTUNITIES. 5. Buyout and Startup. 6. Franchising. 7. The
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8. The Role of the Business Plan. 9. Developing the Marketing Plan.
10. Selecting the Management Team and the Form of Organization. Entrepreneurship, 6th Edition combines a practical, step-
11. Selecting the Location and Planning the Facilities. 12. Projecting by-step approach with a theoretical foundation to form a
Financial Requirements. 13. Finding Sources of Financing. 14. Exit basic framework for understanding the process of
Strategies. PART 5: SMALL BUSINESS MARKETING. 15. Product and entrepreneurship. The aim of the text is to both present
Distribution Strategies. 16. Pricing and Credit Strategies.
17. Promotional Strategies. PART 6: SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. the most current thinking in entrepreneurship but also
18. Professional Management in the Growing Firm. 19. Managing provide students the opportunity to apply ideas and
Human Resources. 20. Quality Management and the Operations develop useful analytical skills. The revision of this text
Process. 21. Social and Ethical Issues. PART 7. FINANCIAL has been updated to include current developments and
MANAGEMENT IN THE ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRM. 22. Evaluating
Financial Performance. 23. Managing the Firm’’s Assets. 24. Risk issues in this explosive field.
and insurance. Epilogue: Visualizing the End: What’’s Next? Supplements
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So You Need to Write Organizational Behavior
a Business Plan
Jerome S. Osteryoung,
Florida State University
Diane Denslow, Organizational Behavior, 3e
Florida State University Andrew J. DuBrin,
1-Color, 160 pp., 2003 Rochester Institute of Technology
ISBN: 0-03-031533-6 2-Color, 352 pp., 2005
This text teaches students how to create a business plan.
The text takes the student through many real-life This brief and applied text blends
examples and exercises demonstrating in detail the description, insight, self-assessment, skill development,
process of writing a business plan. Throughout the text and prescription. Andrew DuBrin has a strong managerial
the examples will be drawn from product type companies, focus and emphasizes the human relations aspects of
service companies and retailers, covering the majority of organizational interactions. This text is for the instructor
issues that are unique to each of these industries. who is looking to supplement his instruction with a
digestible text. This text is ideal for short courses,
executive education programs, and unique courses that
Family Business canvass organizational behavior issues or combine them
Ernesto J. Poza, with those of organizational theory, strategy, marketing,
Case Western Reserve University human resources, and management.
1-Color, 288 pp., 2004 Supplements
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Family Business provides the next Organizational Behavior:
generation of family business owners with the knowledge Essential Tenets, 2e
and skills needed for the successful management and
Joseph E. Champoux,
leadership of the family enterprise. The author, Ernesto The University Of New Mexico
Poza, uses both text and cases to explore a diverse set of
family firms, examining the interrelationships among the 1-Color, 475 pp., 2003
owners, the family, and the management team. Family ISBN: 0-324-11489-3
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well as an honest look at the advantages and challenges Organizational Behavior: Essential Tenets,
facing family enterprises. With an emphasis on leadership is a well-organized introduction of the current field of
and positioning for the future, Family Business illustrates organizational behavior with in-depth coverage of the
how the family enterprise can achieve sustained growth most critical concepts. Its practical approach shows the
and continuity through generations. power of organizational behavior theory for understanding
one’s behavior and the behavior of others in any
organization. Although firmly grounded in behavioral
science theory and research, the text is not a
compendium of research findings. Champoux includes
examples and builds frameworks that make the material
clear and easy to understand. The concise format allows
the text to be used as a primer or to be supplemented
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Table of Contents
SECTION I: INTRODUCTION: THE CONTEXT OF MODERN Organizational Behavior, 10e
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND. MANAGEMENT. 1. Introduction
and Historical Background. 2. The Organizational Context of Modern Don Hellriegel, Texas A&M University
Organizations (Diversity, Quality, Technology, and International). John W. Slocum Jr.,
3. Ethics and Behavior in Organizations. 4. Organizational Culture. Southern Methodist University
SECTION II: INDIVIDUAL PROCESSES IN ORGANIZATIONS.
5. Perception, Attitudes, and Personality. 6. Organizational 4-Color, 512 pp., 2004
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Rewards and Job Design. SECTION III: GROUP AND INTERPERSONAL Organizational Behavior, 10th edition
PROCESSES IN ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES. 10. Groups and
Intergroup Processes. 11. Conflict in Organizations. 12. Leadership presents classic and emerging
and Management. SECTION IV: ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES. organizational behavior trends and research, making the
13. Communication Processes. 14. Decision-Making and Problem- subject both accessible and meaningful for students. To
Solving Processes. 15. Power and Political Behavior 16. Stress in
Organizations. SECTION V: ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN, make the connection between theory and practice, the
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE, AND THE FUTURE. 17. Organizational authors include timely examples, exercises, and high-
Design. 18. Organizational Change and Development. 19. Future interest cases. To help students focus and understand the
Directions of Organizations and Management. importance of organizational behavior, the authors
introduce seven managerial competencies that are
Managing for the Future: essential to being an effective leader or member of an
organization. These competencies are introduced early
Organizational Behavior and woven throughout in special , exercises, and an
and Processes, 3e interactive self-assessment tool. The overall length of the
Deborah G. Ancona, Sloan School text has been dramatically reduced creating a text that is
of Management, Massachusetts both clear and manageable for any course.
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John Van Maanen, Sloan School
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Institute of Technology
and Issues Management Approach, 3e
Maureen Scully, Simmons Graduate School of Management
Joseph W. Weiss, Bentley College
D. Eleanor Westney, Sloan School of Management,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1-Color, 464 pp., 2003
1-Color, 672 pp., 2005 ISBN: 0-03-018458-4
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http://ancona.swlearning.com This text examines the role of ethics in the
Managing for the Future is an innovative approach to business world and ethical dilemmas
teaching organizational behavior based on the course at encountered by managers. Ethical decisions do not take
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The text first place in a vacuum. Many people, all with their own
presents the new organization, examining it through interests and standards, are involved in business
strategic, political, and cultural lenses. Then the role and encounters every day. “Stakeholder and Issues
impact of teams and central issues facing the Management” is this text’s unique approach to teaching
organization itself are explored. The last section of the business ethics. It pays special attention to the
text focuses on skills—the goal being not only to present relationships among the many and varied stakeholders
the new organization but also illustrate how students can that have roles in business situations. These stakeholders
become better actors within it. Each of the 14 modules include the market and non-market entities that affect a
provides many instructional options through cases, business. Ethical issues must be addressed by individuals,
readings, exercises and projects. Managing for the Future’s groups, corporations, and even nations in very different
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group involved. This text gives students practical tools to Wake-Up Calls: Classic Cases
handle moral dilemmas in the workplace and the world.
Topics include risk management, preferential hiring,
in Business Ethics, 2e
corporate legitimacy, and moral accountability. Lisa H. Newton, Fairfield University
David P. Schmidt, Fairfield University
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Wake Up Calls: Classic Cases in Business
Table of Contents Ethics presents classic cases that demonstrate business
1. Business Ethics, the Changing Environment, and Stakeholder ethics blunders by mainstream companies. The authors
Management. 2. Stakeholder and Issues Management Approaches. provide a conceptual background to help put each case
3. Ethical Principles, Quick Tests, and Decision-Making Guidelines. into a meaningful context. By exploring and discussing
4. The Corporation and Internal Stakeholders: Value-Based Moral where businesses have failed, students get a greater
Dimensions of. Leadership, Strategy, Structure, Leadership, Culture,
and Self-Regulation. 5. The Corporation and External Stakeholders: insight into the importance of practicing ethical behavior.
Managing Moral Responsibility in. the Marketplace. 6. Employee
Stakeholders and the Corporation. 7. The Global Environment,
Stakeholder Management, and Multinational Corporations.
8. Business Ethics into the Twenty-First Century.
Understanding Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University
Organizational Behavior, 2e R. Duane Ireland, Texas A&M University
Debra L. Nelson, Robert E. Hoskisson, University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University
4-Color, 1,056 pp., 2005
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Understanding Organizational Behavior represents the Authors Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, and Robert E.
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organizational behavior was built, the realities of cutting-edge ideas, research, and modern practice to
contemporary life in organizations, and the challenges create a presentation that captures the dynamic nature of
that constantly present themselves. Our overarching the field. The authors integrate the traditional industrial
theme of change is accompanied by four supporting organizational model of strategic management with the
subthemes: globalization, diversity, technology, and more modern resource-based view of the firm to explain
ethics. Each theme presents its own challenges and how firms use the strategic management process to build
presents demands on individuals to learn, grow, and a sustained competitive advantage.
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Christopher F. Achua, University
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This text employs a unique three-pronged approach of integrates recent ideas and practices with established
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Table of Contents need to become supervisors in today’s changing work
PART 1: INDIVIDUALS AS LEADERS. 1. Who is a Leader?. 2. Leadership
environment. The text focuses on practical skills in
Traits and Ethics. 3. Leadership Behavior and Motivation.
4. Influencing: Power, Politics, Networking, and Negotiation. examining the functions of management and how they are
5. Contingency Leadership Theories. PART 2: TEAM LEADERSHIP. applied to both individuals and teams. The authors avoid
6. Communication, Coaching, and Conflict Skills. 7. Dyadic using confusing terminology or multiple perspectives,
Relationships, Followership, and Delegation. 8. Team Leadership. instead presenting the tools that are clearly most
9. Leading Self-Managed Teams. PART 3: ORGANIZATIONAL
LEADERSHIP. 10. Charismatic and Transformational Leadership. appropriate for the task at hand. Change in the workplace
11. Strategic Leadership and Managing Crises and Change. and the world at large constantly present supervisors with
12. Leadership of Culture and Diversity, and the Learning new challenges. Supervision, 9th edition prepares
Organization. APPENDIXES. A. Spirituality in the Workplace. supervisors to successfully address these demands.
B. How to Research Case Material Using the Internet.
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