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Exploring Developmental Psychology: Understanding Theory and Methods

by Margaret Harris SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
01/2008
ISBN:
9781473903081
Format:
Ebk 360 pages
Price:
AU$99.00 NZ$103.48
Product Status: Available
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This textbook provides a clear and readable introduction to the subject. It deals with organizational design, its contribution to performance, and the problems and issues involved in organizational change. This text assumes little academic knowledge, and some familiarity with work in organizations. It is of real use to decision makers, and to those in management education, both teachers and students.

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION The Contribution of Organization PART TWO: ORGANIZATIONAL CHOICES The Design of Jobs and Work Structures The Shape of Organization - Tall or Flat? The Shape of Organization - Grouping Activities Integration Control Reward Policies PART THREE: ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE Organization, Performance and Change New Technology and Organization Undertaking Reorganization

'Certainly one of the best of its kind' - The Times Higher Educational Supplement 'Clearly written ... providing a good brief account of the topic of each chapter and citing relevant recent research' - Good Book Guide for Business