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Organisational Behaviour and Industrial Relations

R Jayaprakash Reddy

ISBN 10: 8176486221 / ISBN 13: 9788176486224
Published by APH, Delhi, 2004
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Contents 1. Explain the meaning scope and significance of organisational behaviour. 2. Critically examine classical neoclassical and modern theories of organisation. 3. Discuss the nature of perception and examine the factors influencing perceptual selectivity. 4. What is learning. Give the theories of learning. 5. Opinions of people at work are called values and attitudes discuss. 6. Define personality. How personality is developed. 7. Why do people form into groups and explain the group development. 8. What is a conflict. What are the reasons for organisational conflict and how to manage them. 9. Are organisational changes inevitable. Give the forces responsible for organizational change. 10. Elucidate the characteristics of organizational culture. Explain its functions advantages and limitations. 11. What is meant by organisation development. What are its positive outcomes and implementation issues. 12. Write about transactional analysis and transactional analysis proper. 13. Discuss the significance of industrial relations and differentiate between industrial relations and human relations. 14. Examine the growth and development of trade union movement in India. 15. Explain the pre requisites and principles successful collective bargaining. 16. Do you think that the ideology of workers participation in management has been achieved its objectives. Examine its functioning in Indian industries. 17. What are the causes and consequences of industrial conflicts and explain various preventive and settlement machinery of industrial disputes available in India. 18. Why do wage differential arise. What are the various types of wage differentials and explain the role of wage boards. 19. Critically examine the objectives of National Wage Policy. How the wage policy taken shape through Five Year Plans. 20. Discuss the influences of ILO on Indian Labour. Index. In an industrial environment both organisational behaviour and industrial relations play significant role. The book you are holding covers both these aspects. Organisational behaviour covers individual and group dynamics organisational conflict organisational change organisational culture and climate and organisational development. Industrial relations on the other hand includes organisations significance trade union movement collective bargaining workers participation in management industrial disputes wage policy in India and ILO. The book is in question and answer model covering the requisite syllabus. Herein 12 questions in organisational behaviour and 8 questions in industrial relations are answered. In every answer sufficient care has been taken to include the subject comprehensively and put in simple English. 113 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 52070

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Publisher: APH, Delhi

Publication Date: 2004

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Book Condition:As New

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