*\The Organizational Behavior Reader\*This perennial favorite conveys the conceptsof organizational behavior through experiential learning, usingcarefully developed group exercises and simulations that havebeen proven over a period of 20 years. This bookfocuses on the two goals in the experiental learning process: tolearn the specifics of a particular subject matter and to learnabout one's own strengths and weaknesses through experience.For Organization Development consultants andManagement Development trainers.
This companion volume to (by the same authors) presents research reports and theoretical essays which serve as primary material for students of experiential organizational behavior. A sampling of topics includes the psychological contract, individual and organizational learning and motivation, theories of managing people, ethics, personal growth, work stress, interpersonal communication, group dynamics, problem solving, creativity, conflict, and managing diversity. The volume is not indexed. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)