Organizational Behavior, 19th edition

  • Stephen P. Robbins, 
  • Timothy A. Judge

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Overview

For undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational behavior.

The world's most successful organizational behavior text

Revel® Organizational Behavior provides the information you want, in the language your students understand.

Reflecting the most recent research and events within the field of OB, the 19th Edition continues its hallmark focus on clear writing, cutting-edge content, and intuitive pedagogy. There's a reason why Robbins and Judge's OB textbooks have educated millions of students and have been translated into 20 languages: because of a commitment to provide engaging, cutting-edge material that helps students understand and connect with this important field of study.

Hallmark features of this title

Career-focused resources help students develop the skills today's employers are looking for

  • An Employability Skills Matrix in each chapter shows the professional relevance of specific pieces of chapter content and text features.

Current, real-world examples help readers understand how to apply OB concepts

  • Each chapter opens with a real company example that demonstrates the topics that will be covered.
  • Profiles of real company leaders throughout the text illustrate how course concepts have helped their success.
  • Photos and captions link the chapter content to contemporary real-life worldwide situations.

New and updated features of this title

Content reflects the most current developments in OB research

  • NEW and UPDATED: The new edition features over 800 new examples and references that emphasize diversity, equity, and inclusion; COVID-19 and crisis management; remote work and telecommuting; and much more.
  • REVISED: Chapters on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Communication, Culture and Change, and Stress and Health present cutting-edge perspectives on these important topics (Chapters 2, 11, 16, and 18).
  • NEW and UPDATED: Point-Counterpoint, An Ethical Choice, and Myth or Science? expand students' learning.
  • NEW: Toward a Better World features highlight social responsibility, justice, and ethics issues facing organizations today.
  • NEW and UPDATED: OB Polls highlight current statistics that challenge common assumptions.

Assessments test students' knowledge

  • NEW: Assignable Personal Inventory Assessments allow students to personally reflect on topics related to key chapter concepts. Available only in Revel.
  • NEW and UPDATED: End-of-chapter material, including Experiential Activities, Ethical Dilemmas, Cases, and Questions for Review, has been substantially revised.

Features of Revel for the 19th Edition

  • Video and Podcast Assignments include current clips from popular sources (such as TED Talks, PBS, and Bloomberg) and are accompanied by 2 to 3 multiple-choice questions.
  • Case Study Assignments allow students to read a brief, engaging text-based case study and submit a written response to their instructor.
  • Video Case Study Assignments feature a current video clip for students to analyze and an accompanying writing assignment for them to complete.
  • Mini-Simulations emphasize problem solving and critical thinking, allowing students to apply the concepts they have learned in the chapter to actual "real-life" business situations.
  • Quizzes at the end of each Learning Objective section serve as important concept checks for students.

Published by Pearson (May 12th 2022) - Copyright © 2023

ISBN-13: 9780137687206

Subject: Management

Category: Organizational Behavior

Table of contents

PART 1: INTRODUCTION

  1. What Is Organizational Behavior?

PART 2: THE INDIVIDUAL

  1. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Organizations
  2. Job Attitudes
  3. Emotions and Moods
  4. Personality and Individual Differences
  5. Perception and Individual Decision Making
  6. Motivation Concepts
  7. Motivation: From Concepts to Applications

PART 3: THE GROUP

  1. Foundations of Group Behavior
  2. Understanding Work Teams
  3. Communication
  4. Leadership
  5. Power and Politics
  6. Conflict and Negotiation
  7. Foundations of Organization Structure

PART 4: THE ORGANIZATION SYSTEM

  1. Organizational Culture and Change
  2. Human Resources Systems and Practices
  3. Stress and Health in Organizations
  • Comprehensive Cases

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