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Organisational Behaviour

Organisations are made of people, by the people and for people. Therefore, organisational effectiveness depends on the behaviour and performance of the organisations people. Corporate developments have become a challenge and necessity of the social system. A developed organisation brings peace and prosperity to society. The relationship between society and an organisation is strengthened by the behaviour of the organisations people. The efforts in this book have been aimed at articulating and systematising the conceptual core of behavioural and structural aspects of organisations.

Chapter 1. Organisational Behaviour : Concept and Nature
Chapter 2. Perception
Chapter 3. Attitude
Chapter 4. Personality
Chapter 5. Learning
Chapter 6. Motivation
Chapter 7. Leadership
Chapter 8. Group Dynamics
Chapter 9. Organisational Power and Politics
Chapter 10. Knowledge Management and Emotional Intelligence
Chapter 11. Organisational Change
Chapter 12. Organisational Conflict
Chapter 13. Grievance Handling
Chapter 14. Stress
Chapter 15. Organisational Culture
Chapter 16. Individual Differences
Chapter 17. Monotony
Chapter 18. International Organisational Behaviour
Chapter 19. Future Trends in Organisational Behaviour