Cases in Organizational Behavior has been designed to help develop an understanding of, and appreciation for, the various challenges, dilemmas, and constraints that decision makers face in real organizational settings. The cases are made up of actual events and address globalization, managing a diverse workforce, motivation, and leadership. Together, these cases provide students with the opportunity to practice and hone analytical skills, decision making skills, application skills, planning skills, and oral communication skills. The casebook is divided into four chapters: - Building Effective Organizations - Leading People - Team Management - Change Management Cases in Organizational Behavior can be used as a core text in courses that require the structure of a text. This book of cases can also be used to apply the principles in business and management courses, as well as in psychology courses. Table of Contents Introduction to the Ivey Casebook Series Paul W Beamish Preface I: BUILDING EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONS Trojan Technologies Inc.: Organizational Structuring for Growth and Customer Service Blinds To Go: Staffing Retail Expansion Five Star Beer - Pay for Performance Jinjian Garment Factory: Motivating Go-Slow Workers S-S Technologies Inc. (Compensation) OP4.com: A Dynamic Culture WestJet Airlines (A): The Culture That Breeds a Passion to Succeed II:LEADING PEOPLE Coaching for Exceptional Performance Workshop Martin Brass Company (A) Tom Fuller, Vice-President, Manufacturing Intel in China Chuck MacKinnon Elise Smart Macintosh Financial: Sexual Harassment (A)
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Book Description Sage, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P118178299143