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Organizational Behaviour

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Based on a number of previous editions of the bestselling text, "Organizational Behavior" by "Schermerhorn/Hunt/Osborn, " this first edition addresses the complex issues that knowledge-based work organizations face in the early 21st century. Featuring more examples and cases from Europe and Asia, the authors combine a managerial approach aimed to help existing and aspiring...more
Paperback, 696 pages
Published June 24th 2008 by John Wiley & Sons (first published April 2008)
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This book is great for uni and anyone studying management or wanting to get into top end management. I am currently using it as an etextbook via Blikbook on the recommendation of a friend. Has anyone used this book on this ereader? or another one?
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