Organisation Behaviour as a specialized discipline, continues to amuse the readers as well as researchers. The new paradigms always fine-tune the existing doctrines, applications, and mechanisms to ideally deal with people at work. The present book is simply not an addition to the shelf, rather unleashes the new dimensions of thought and actions in today's scenarios vis-à-vis new millennials. The book helps students, managers, and practitioners in understanding the fundamentals of 'managing people at work' with current perspectives.
The book encapsulates the entire syllabus of B.Com. (Program), B.Com. (H) of Delhi University, BBA, and BBM programs of various universities in India. The subject is explained lucidly with the help of suitable examples and illustrations, depictions wherever essential. Some of the highlights of this maiden attempt of the authors are:
However, there is a lot beyond the above list of credibility, presentation, language, short explanations, Indian examples, etc., may add to the flavour of the book. Hope the readers will find it more relevant, interesting, and contemporary in the field.
- Each chapter begins with a suitable 'story line' that captures the theme of the topic.
- Only Indian case studies are given at the end of the chapter for classroom discussion.
- Principles, and theoretical foundations are duly supported by figures and tables to make the learning simple.
- The influence of technology over behaviour is specially covered in depth with suitable illustrations.
- Book is flooded with more than 120 diagrams and comparative tables to make the material simpler and suit the exam orientation for easy recap.
- The topics are sequentially and scientifically dealt so that reader's interest be maintained continuously. The individual behaviour (micro level) is discussed before embarking on the group behaviour (macro level) so that interconnectivity can be grasped.
- OB: An Overview
- Evolution of Management
- Group Dynamics
- Communication and TA
- Power Politics
- Organisation Change
- Organisation Development
- Conflict and Negotiation
- Organisational Stress
- Organisation Culture