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Organizational Behavior: Bridging Science and Practice v4.0
Talya Bauer and Berrin Erdogan
January 2021
Management & Organization Textbooks
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Organizational Behavior: Bridging Science and Practice incorporates effective ways to bridge the gap between the theory and practice of management with the distinct, experiential, and evidence-based approach for which this book is known. Organizational Behavior provides the most timely and relevant concepts, vocabulary, frameworks, and critical-thinking skills necessary to diagnose situations, ask tough questions, evaluate answers received, and act in an effective and ethical manner taking into consideration the specific situational characteristics.

Complete List of Case Studies

Chapter Opening Cases 

  • The Power of People: The Case of Cayuga Collection
  • Open to All and Color Proud: The Case of Gap Inc.
  • Individuals Bringing Their Full Selves to Work: The Case of Fully
  • Delivering Happiness: The Case of Zoom Video Communications
  • Motivated Employees: The Case of Patagonia
  • Performance with Purpose: The Case of PepsiCo
  • Mitigating Stress with Mission: The Case of SpaceX
  • Communication That Transcends Cultures: The Case of IKEA
  • Building Teams with Kindness: The Case of Kind
  • Addressing Conflict with Employee Activism: The Case of Google
  • Making the Decision to Invest in Detroit: The Case of Detroit Bikes and Shinola
  • An Inclusive Leadership Approach: The Case of Stitch Fix
  • The Power of Heart: The Case of Southwest Airlines
  • Evolving through Acquisition: The Case of Campbell Soup Company
  • Strong Culture Leads to Strong Performance: The Case of Costco

Chapter Closing Cases 

  • Employee Engagement in Organizational Change Toward B Corp Status: The Case of Brew Dr. Kombucha and Tea
  • Equality as a Core Value: The Case of
  • Hiring for Match: The Case of Netflix
  • People Come First: The Case of SAS
  • Creating Happiness via Motivation: The Case of The Walt Disney Company
  • Retail with a Purpose: The Case of REI
  • Managing Stress and Emotions: The Case of NASA’s Mission to Mars
  • Instant Messaging in the Workplace: The Case of Slack
  • Four Generations of Teamwork: The Case of the LEGO Group
  • When Conflict Is Productive: The Case of Amazon
  • Trusting Employees to Make Decisions: The Case of Microsoft
  • A Different Approach to Leadership at Apple: The Case of Tim Cook
  • English Teacher to Billionaire: The Case of Jack Ma
  • Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes: The Case of Kronos
  • When It Comes to Culture, Strong Signals Matter: The Case of General Motors


Additional Titles

Brief Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Organizational Behavior at Work

Chapter 2: Diversity and Inclusion at Work

Chapter 3: Individual Differences and Perception at Work

Chapter 4: Attitudes and Behaviors at Work

Chapter 5: Theories of Motivation at Work

Chapter 6: Designing a Motivating Work Environment

Chapter 7: Stress and Emotions at Work

Chapter 8: Communication at Work

Chapter 9: Groups and Teams at Work

Chapter 10: Conflict and Negotiation at Work

Chapter 11: Decision Making and Creativity at Work

Chapter 12: Leading at Work

Chapter 13: Power, Influence, and Politics at Work

Chapter 14: Organizational Structure and Change at Work

Chapter 15: Organizational Culture at Work

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