The tenth edition of this highly reputable text continues to dominate the field in its coverage of contemporary OB issues and reality-based review of OB with recent events and real-world examples drawn from a variety of organizations-business and not-for-profit, large and small, and national and international. In a lively and conversational writing style, the book presents OB at three levels of analysis: it begins with individual behavior, moves to group behavior, and finally adds the organizational system, thus capturing the full complexity of organizational behavior. Topics such as globalization, diversity, and ethics are skillfully integrated into the text to reinforce their importance in OB. In addition, the book offers the following pedagogic features:
Point-counterpoint dialogues-these focused argu-ments present two sides of an OB controversy to stimulate critical thinking.
Myth or Science? boxes-help students observe how the field of OB can provide valuable insights into under-standing and explaining human behavior at work.
Most complete assortment of in-text pedagogy including review and critical-thinking questions, team exercises, ethical dilemma exercises, and case applications.