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Organisational Behaviour: Core Concepts and Applications - 1st Australasian edition streamlines key organisational behaviour topics into 14 concise chapters, ideal for use in the typical 12 or 13 week undergraduate teaching Semester. Based on the popular Organisational Behaviour 3rd edition by Wood et al, this Core Concepts edition has retained the key themes of the original work, while accomplishing the goal of reflecting the content coverage of a typical one semester Organisational Behaviour subject. Content is relevant and tightly focused, to engage rather than overwhelm students. Its flexible four part structure clearly articulates the importance of studying and understanding organisational behaviour as a discipline. Beginning with an explanation of organisational behaviour as a concept, the text progresses logically through managing the various organisational components of individuals, groups, teams and processes with a consistent theme of enhancing organisational performance. FEATURES 4 colour design Based on the popular Organisational Behaviour 3rd edition by Wood, Chapman, Fromholtz and Morrison 14 chapters - specifically chosen and sequenced to reflect the topics taught in a typical 12 to 13 week teaching Semester Wealth of examples for every chapter, with a diverse coverage of product and service organisations, SME\'s and MNC\'s, and public versus private sector enterprises. Learning objective links indicate where each chapter learning objective is covered in the body of the chapter for ease of study and navigation OB in Action examples show how people can make a difference in the way organisations operate by highlighting progressive or innovative practices from the real world. What would you do? Students are asked to put themselves in the shoes of a decision maker and propose a solution to an organisational issue Counterpoints provide an opposing view to stimulate student discussion and the development of critical thinking skills International Spotlights elaborate on the management practices of organisations around the world, particulary focusing on those operating in the Asia Pacific region Ethical Perspectives highlight situations that may affect investor and consumer attitudes, the long and short-term economic viability of the organisation and management and organisational practices Effective Manager boxes offer practical tips and applications and act as checklists to encourage sound management practices End of Chapter, End of Part and End of Book Case Studies provide additional situational and real-life cases of varying lengths to enable students to apply what they have learned Self study and Tutorial activities at the end of each chapter include review, application and discussion questions, a running project, individual self assessments and group exercises.