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Organizational Behavior (14th Edition)

3.77 of 5 stars 3.77  ·  rating details  ·  504 ratings  ·  44 reviews
A clear writing style, cutting-edge content, and compelling pedagogy.

Robbins/Judge provides the research you want, in the language you can understand. The fourteenth edition continues its tradition of making current, relevant research come alive for readers.
Hardcover, 720 pages
Published January 16th 2010 by Prentice Hall (first published 1983)
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read for a class.. very educational..
Alice Pasya
Hmmm... mostly mengingatkan pada kenangan buruk bersama Pak Billy yang terhormat, yang dengan kemurahan hatinya berhasil tidak meluluskan lebih dari setengah kelas Perilaku Organisasi...
Bishoy Soliman
it gives you a huge knowledge about the organization and its structure and ethical values within .
Informative? Yes. Fun to read? Surprisingly, yes. This book is filled with immense knowledge and interesting facts. It is obvious Robinson and Judge took their time with this publication, because, like I said before, it's very informative.
Okay so I skimmed a lot of this, it was required reading for a class. It does contain very vital information on interactions in the workplace, and ways to be a better manager by understanding the behaviors of your workers.
I read it for a class. I learned alot but it's not a book that I would read for fun.
Mahnoor Butt
i want to read this book for my organizational project
Amy Ambarani
Nov 06, 2007 Amy Ambarani rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: HR People ? Director ?
Shelves: psychology
COMPLETE book of Organizational Behavior.
Marilyn Maravilloso
i want to read this book...
read for class
Dannah Dailo
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Vibha Bhargava
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Nour Hassaniya
Long chapters.. Huge book.. Too much.. But interesting.. Hardest unit for this semester.. But anyway am reviewing the book and it was great.. It helped me a lot with my studies and the way the words written on it was very easy for memorizing and for understanding the points nd to get it more clear the definitions and the important points where written on the right side of the book in a simple way for us to study also because of the examples after each paragraph and the way the writer typed all t ...more
Mar 25, 2014 Sinthu marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
This will be the best book
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Andrew T. Carr
I have utilize this book for my Graduate class on Leadership and Organizational development. The topics were relevant and current. Author Stephen Robbins did a great job compiling real world examples and situations. My students found the reading interesting. I will definitely use this source again in future management courses.
Well, this is a textbook after all. But as far as textbooks go, it's well-organized and presents its material in a coherent and well-organized -- if rather dry, of course -- manner. I did find some of the material useful and applicable to thinking of organizational change in a public school setting.
I got this book because it was needed for my class, but my teacher doesn't really teach from it. Other than that, the book is still really good for what it is, a little pricey though.
I really liked this text book. As far as text books go. It was a welcome break from the really academic stuff. A good mix of fun anecdotes and good information.
Gilmar Bonzatto
Excellent explanation about people and companies. With a good teacher at MBA, was possible TI extracts the maximum about organizational behavior
Scott N.
The only reason I still have it is because the bookstore wouldn't take it back after my semester was over.
Curtie smart
what is organisational behaviour.
Motivaional theories
role of groups in the organisation
Lestat Vazquez
Enjoyable and informative read. Good examples. Real world application.
it is helpful to me before going to work in an corporate style.
Muhammad Shafiq
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