For creating a balance in the organizational environment, harmonization amongst the employees and the employer is a prerequisite. The factors that help determining an organizational balance are the sociology of an environment, psychology of the people working there, channel of communication, and sound and rationalized management. This book underlines the fundamental concepts of Organizational Behaviour, and its application in the Indian organizational scenario.
The book comprises 29 chaptersthe concluding chapter devoted to cases from various Indian industry verticals. Chapters 13 deal with basics of organizational behaviour, its history and the challenges. Chapters 410 are devoted to various aspects of individual behaviour, e.g., perception, personality, learning theories, attitude and motivation theory. Chapters 11 to 16 dwell onto the topic of group behaviour like team dynamics, transactional analysis, leadership, emotional and spiritual intelligence and management of conflicts. Chapters 17 to 28 are largely focused on various aspects of organization, such as its structure, its HR policies, International Organizational Behaviour and Corporate Governance and its role in determining the ethical norms for an organization.
This book is designed for the postgraduate students of Management and Commerce. Besides, it can be beneficial for the managers and executives, to help them tackle Human Resource and organization-related problems.
This book is recommended in Assam Down Town University, Assam, Siliguri Institute of Technology, West Bengal, Bengal College of Engineering & Technology for Women, West Bengal, Calcutta Institute of Technology, West Bengal, Aryabhatta Institute of Engineering & Technology
, West Bengal, Bengal College of Engineering & Technology, West Bengal.
• Every chapter is concluded with a real-life case study
• Appendices added to most of the chapters are interpretation-based Questionnaire to analyze behavioural traits of employees and employers
• Review questions and case study questions to judge students comprehension of the subject