Organisational Psychology: Research and Professional Practice
Publication Date :
1 Jan 2013
Organisational behaviour can be defined as the study of the 'structure, functioning and performance of organisations, and the behaviour of groups and individuals in those organisations'. There are two main reasons to study organisational behaviour: to investigate factors associated with the effectiveness and efficiency of organisations, and to investigate both how organisations affect the people who work in them and how workers affect organisations. "Organisational Psychology: Research and Professional Practice" brings together the research of 15 leading Australian and New Zealand researchers and educators to produce a research and professional practice textbook for postgradudate and undergraduate students of organisational psychology.
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