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Andrew J. DuBrin
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Andrew J. DuBrin

Rochester Institute of Technology-Emeritus


Pages: 500 Pages

Copyright Year: © 2023

Status: Available

Formats & Ordering ISBNs:


Paperback (Four-Color): 978-1-955543-90-3

Paperback (B/W): 978-1-955543-11-8

Loose-Leaf (B/W): 978-1-955543-12-5

Online eTexbook: 978-1-955543-13-2

For Student (Value Series):

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Loose-Leaf )


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Study Guide

Quizlet Study Set

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FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR is a concise and applied text that provides a comprehensive understanding of organizational behavior and managerial insights. This text is designed for instructors who want to supplement their instruction with a practical and relevant resource. Additionally, it is an ideal choice for executive education programs, short courses, or unique courses that focus on organizational behavior issues, or combine them with those of organizational theory, strategy, marketing, human resources, or management.

In this student-friendly text, the author has incorporated the latest perspectives on traditional concepts, current theories, and the challenges that managers face in the business world. The book focuses on skill development, self-assessment, and prescription, and includes various managerial insights that translate into skill development in many aspects of organizational behavior. The author has effectively minimized complex explanations and illustrations to maximize straightforward understanding and application.

The scope and size of the book are suitable for college courses that supplement a core textbook with additional instructional media, including journal articles, major projects, or online information. This text is a valuable resource for anyone seeking a concise and applied understanding of organizational behavior and its applications in the business world.

Preparation for a future management career. The text provides students with the knowledge that they can use in their entry-level job. The goal is to prepare students to be grounded for management courses and career success.
An accessible and relevant text that offers a unique narrative. A natural and relaxed writing style promotes a sense of a conversation between the author and reader.
Comprehensive coverage of current topics and scholarly research. The text has been thoroughly updated to reflect recent research, theories, and scholarship from across the discipline.​​
Extensive use of real-world examples. Each chapter contains a wide variety of real-world examples. Chapter-opening vignettes provide examples of the real world of management that familiarize students with managerial decision-making.
Integrated coverage of global and cross-cultural issues confronting today's managers. Throughout the text, there is an integrated discussion of managing the global environment, an essential topic in today’s global and interconnected world.
Integrated coverage of ethics. The importance of management ethics and social responsibility is a theme that is incorporated into every chapter.
Student-friendly pedagogy and features. Each chapter provides chapter outlines, learning objectives, Organizational Behavior in Action boxed features, on-page key term definitions, self-assessment and skills development exercises, comprehensive chapter reviews, discussion questions and activities, end-of-chapter cases, and much more.

Complete Instructor's Support Package. Instructor's Resource Manual, Test Item File, PowerPoint Lecture Slides, and Online Video Labs with Student Worksheets.

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Instructor's Manual

Test Item


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100% of Our Development, Production, and Manufacturing are done here in the U.S.A.​
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