Part 1: Organizational behaviour and the challenges facing management Chapter 1: Introducing management & organizational behaviour Chapter 2: Organizational behaviour and current management challenges Part 2: Individuals in organizations Chapter 3: Personality and individual difference Chapter 4: Perception, attribution and attitude formation Chapter 5: Motivation Part 3: Interactions in Organizations Chapter 6: Leading and managing Chapter 7: Groups and teams Chapter 8: Communication and decision making Chapter 9: Conflict and negotiation Part 4: Formal systems and arrangements in organizations Chapter 10: Organisation structure Chapter 11: Organizational technology Chapter 12: Control and job design Chapter 13: HRM and organizations Part 5: Informal systems and dynamics within organizations Chapter 14: Organizational culture Chapter 15: Power, influence and politics Chapter 16: Relationships, fairness and trust
John Martin is a Fellow of Hull University. John lectured in Management at Hull for fourteen years before becoming a freelance lecturer, consultant and writer. He has previously held senior Human Resource Management and Operations Management roles in both the public and private sectors. Dr Martin Fellenz is a Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour, at the School of Business, Trinity College Dublin. He has extensive international consulting and executive education experience and was previously academic director of the TCD M.Sc. in organizational behaviour and of Trinity's PhD programme in business. He has also studied business administration in Germany and, as a Fulbright Scholar, in the US.