Steve McShane's new text describes Organisational Behaviour theories and concepts in the context of emerging workplace realities in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and neighbouring Pacific Rim countries. Written for its age, the text pays special attention to the ways in which infrastructure is being replaced by knowledge; direct supervision with self-leadership; hierarchies with networks; committees with virtual teams; and the way technical competence has been matched by emotional intelligence. The text is founded in local examples and case studies to help students understand OB concepts, as well as anecdotes and stories that effectively communicate the relevance and excitement of OB.
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Steven L. McShane is Professor and Director of Graduate Programs in SFU's Faculty of Business Administration. He is a Past President of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, has been Organizational Behaviour Division Chair in that association, and was recently a visiting scholar at the University of Western Australia. Along with writing Canadian Orgaizational Behaviour, 3rd ed., Steve has published numerous research articles on wrongful dismissal, pay equity, business media representativeness, labour union participation, and related topics. Steve is also a frequent commentator in the media on organizational behaviour and human resource management issues. Steve earned his Ph.D. at Michigan State University, a Master of Industrial Relations from the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Arts from Queen's University.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Europe, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 74710397