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Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior

Four Volume Set
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June 2002 | 1 618 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Fundamentals in Organizational Behavior brings together the most influential and field-defining articles in organizational behaviour. The volumes are a collection of the published works from leading international scholars and academics throughout the world, collated from the foremost journals in the field.

Organizational behaviour has grown enormously over the last decade. As the nature of work dramatically changes, the science of organizational behaviour is now critical in informing practice. It is therefore absolutely vital that a solid academic reference is available which presents the outstanding work and research in the field. This resource allows scholars and researchers to be more effectively informed of the main developments, while also setting the tone for future research.

Fundamentals in Organizational Behavior presents the `gold standard' for university business and management schools. The articles provide the foundation stones for a true understanding of the development of organizational behavior. Academics researching and writing will be enhanced with an understanding of the discipline's past - and future - and enabled to tackle the topical agenda items associated with the changing nature of work.

The articles in this four-volume work have been selected by Professor Cary Cooper with a team of Associate Editors, all expert academics in Business and Management. Professor Cooper provides a full introduction to this major reference, offering an overview of the field, as well as drawing on the explanations from his Associate Editors about the qualities of the various articles and what they have brought to the field.

This is an important reference tool for all libraries concerned with organizational behavior, human resource management, organizational psychology and management studies more generally, as well as sociology and psychology.

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Gary Latham, Secretary of State Professors of Organizational Effectiveness

Joseph Rotham School of Managment

University of Toronto

Canada

Arie Shirom, Tel Aviv University

Israel

Jone L Pearce, University of California, Irvine

Rick Mowday

Gerald B Bashaw, University of Oregon

Angelo DeNisi, Managment Department

Lowry Mays College of Business

Texas A&M University

John W Slocum, Jr

Paul Corey, Professor of Managment and Organization, Cox School of Business,

Southern Methodist University

Anne Tsui, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Distingushed Visiting Professor of Peking University

Hong Kong University, China

Benjamin Schneider, Department of Managment, University of Maryland

Fred Luthans, Department of Managment

George Holmes, Distingushed Professor

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Howard E Aldrich, Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina

Boris K Kabanoff, School of Managment,

Queensland University of Technology

Austraila

Barry M Straw, Haas School of Business

University of California, Berkeley

Randall S Schuler, Rutgers University

Arthur G Bedeian, Department of Managment, Louisiana State University

Karl E Weick, University of Michigan

Andrew Pettigrew, Warwick Business School, Warwick University England

Arthur Brief, A B Freeman School of Business, Tulane University

E Locke, Robert H Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

 
VOLUME ONE
 
PART ONE: THE INDIVIDUAL
 
SECTION ONE: DISPOSITIONAL EFFECTS IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
J Richard Hackman and Edward E Lawler III
Employee Reactions to Job Characteristics
Mahmoud A Wahba and Lawrence G Bridwell
Maslow Reconsidered
A Review of Research on the Need Hierarchy Theory

 
Daniel R Ilgen, Cynthia D Fisher and M Susan Taylor
Consequences of Individual Feedback on Behavior in Organizations
Steven L Premack and John P Wanous
A Meta-Analysis of Realistic Job Preview Experiments
Barry M Staw and Jerry Ross
Stability in the Midst of Change
The Dispositional Approach to Job Attitudes

 
Murray R Barrick and Michael K Mount
The Big Five Personality Dimensions and Job Performance
A Meta-Analysis

 
 
SECTION TWO: MOTIVATION
Robert L Opsahl and Marvin D Dunnette
The Role of Financial Compensation in Industrial Motivation
Edwin A Locke
Toward a Theory of Task Motivation and Incentives
Edward L Deci
Effects of Externally Mediated Rewards on Intrinsic Motivation
Steven Kerr
On the Folly of Rewarding A, While Hoping for B
 
SECTION THREE: LEADERSHIP
Robert J House
A Path Goal Theory of Leader Effectiveness
Fred E Fiedler
The Effects of Leadership Training and Experience
A Contingency Model Interpretation

 
Steven Kerr and John M Jermier
Substitutes for Leadership
Their Meaning and Measurement

 
James R Meindl, Sanford B Ehrlech and Janet M Dukerich
The Romance of Leadership
Jeffrey Pfeffer
The Ambiguity of Leadership
 
SECTION FOUR: DECISION-MAKING
Gary P Latham, Edwin A Locke and Miriam Erez
Resolving Scientific Disputes by the Joint Design of Crucial Experiments by the Antagonists
Application to the Erez-Latham Dispute Regarding Participation in Goal Setting

 
 
VOLUME TWO
 
PART ONE: THE INDIVIDUAL (CONTINUED)
 
SECTION FOUR: DECISION MAKING (CONTINUED)
Gerald R Salancik and Jeffrey Pfeffer
A Social Information Processing Approach to Job Attitudes and Task Design
Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman
The Framing of Decisions and the Psychology of Choice
 
PART TWO: INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP INTERFACE IN ORGANIZATIONS
 
SECTION ONE: JOB AND ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE
Edwin A Fleishman
Toward a Taxonomy of Human Performance
Barry M Staw
Attribution of the `Causes' of Performance
A General Alternative Interpretation of Cross-Sectional Research on Organizations

 
Michelle T Iffaldano and Paul M Muchinsky
Job Satisfaction and Job Performance
A Meta-Analysis

 
Edwin A Locke et al
Goal Setting and Task Performance
1969 - 1980

 
 
SECTION TWO: JOB SATISFACTION
Edward E Lawler III and Lyman W Porter
The Effect of Performance on Job Satisfaction
Terence R Mitchell
Expectancy Models of Job Satisfaction, Occupational Preference and Effort
A Theoretical, Methodological and Empirical Appraisal

 
Gerald R Salancik and Jeffrey Pfeffer
An Examination of Need-Satisfaction Models of Job Attitudes
John A Wagner III
Participation's Effects of Performance and Satisfaction
A Reconsideration of Research Evidence

 
 
SECTION THREE: TEAMS AND GROUPS IN ORGANIZATIONS
Norman R F Maier
Assets and Liabilities in Group Problem Solving
The Need for an Integrative Function

 
Charles A O'Reilly III, David F Caldwell and William P Barnett
Work Group Demography, Social Integration and Turnover
Connie J G Gersick and J Richard Hackman
Habitual Routines in Task-Performing Groups
Ruth Wageman
Interdependence and Group Effectiveness
 
SECTION FOUR: PERSON-ORGANIZATION FIT
Charles A O'Reilly III, Jennifer Chatman and David F Caldwell
People and Organizational Culture
A Profile Comparison Approach to Assessing Person-Organization Fit

 
Amy L Kristof
Person-Organization Fit
An Integrative Review of Its Conceptualizations, Measurement and Implications

 
 
VOLUME THREE
 
PART TWO: INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP INTERFACE IN ORGANIZATIONS (CONTINUED)
 
SECTION FOUR: PERSON-ORGANIZATION FIT (CONTINUED)
Anne S Tsui, Jone L Pearce, Lyman W Porter and Angela M Tripoli
Alternative Approaches to the Employee-organizational Relationship
Does Investment in Employees Pay Off?

 
 
PART THREE: MACRO-ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES
 
SCETION ONE: ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
D J Hickson et al
A Strategic Contingencies' Theory of Intraorganizational Power
John Child
Organizational Structures Environment and Performance
The Role of Strategic Choice

 
Denise M Rousseau
Characteristics of Departments, Positions, and Individuals
Contexts for Attitudes and Behavior

 
 
SECTION TWO: ORGANIZATION STRESS
John R Rizzo, Robert J House and Sidney I Lirtzman
Role Conflict and Ambiguity in Complex Organizations
Lyman W Porter and Richard M Steers
Organizational Work and Personal Factors in Employee Turnover and Absenteeism
Jeffrey R Edwards and Cary L Cooper
The Person-Environment Fit Approach to Stress
Recurring Problems and Some Suggested Soultions

 
C L Cooper and S Cartwright
Healthy Mind Healthy Organization - A Proactive Approach to Occupational Stress
 
SECTION THREE: ORGANIZATION CULTURE
Robert B Duncan
Characteristics of Organizational Environments and Perceived Environmental Uncertainty
Benjamin Schneider
The People Make the Place
David Krackhardt
Assessing the Political Landscape
Structure, Cognition and Power in Organizations

 
Geert Hofstede
Cultural Constraints in Management Theories
Richard W Woodman, John E Sawyer and Ricky W Griffin
Toward a Theory of Organizational Creativity
 
SECTION FOUR: JOB AND ORGANIZATION COMMITMENT
Barry M Staw
Knee-Deep in the Big Muddy
A Study of Escalating Commitment to a Chosen Course of Action

 
Richard M Steers
Antecedents and Outcomes of Organizational Commitment
Richard T Mowday et al
The Measurement of Organizational Commitment
Charles O'Reilly III and Jennifer Chatman
Organizational Commitment and Psychological Attachment
The Effects of Compliance, Identification and Internalization on Prosocial Behavior

 
John P Meyer and Natalie J Allen
A Three-Component Conceptualization of Organizational Commitment
Anne S Tsui, Terri D Egan and Charles O'Reilly III
Being Different
Relational Demography and Organizational Attachment

 
 
VOLUME FOUR
 
PART THREE: MACRO-ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES (CONTINUED)
 
SECTION FIVE: ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
Andrew H Van de Ven
Central Problems in the Management of Innovation
Eric Abrahamson
Managerial Fads and Fashions
The Diffusion and Rejection of Innovations

 
James G March
Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Learning
Karl E Weick and Karlene H Roberts
Collective Mind in Organizations
Heedful Interrelating on Flight Decks

 
 
PART FOUR: ORGANIZATIONAL THEORIES AND STRATEGY
 
SECTION ONE: COGNITION IN ORGANIZATION
Michel Bougon, Karl Weick, and Din Binkhorst
Cognition in Organizations
An Analysis of the Utrecht Jazz Orchestra

 
Robert Wood and Albert Bandura
Social Cognitive Theory of Organizational Management
 
SECTION TWO: ORGANIZATION JUSTICE AND CITIZENSHIP
C Ann Smith, Dennis W Organ and Janet P Near
Organizational Citizenship Behavior
Its Nature and Antecedents

 
Jerald Greenberg
Taxonomy of Organizational Justice Theories
 
SECTION THREE: ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR THEORY
L L Cummings
Toward Organizational Behavior
Richard L Daft and Karl E Weick
Toward a Model of Organizations as Interpretation Systems
Kathleen M Eisenhardt
Building Theory from Case Study Research
Blake E Ashforth and Fred Mael
Social Identity Theory and the Organization
Thomas Donaldson and Lee E Preston
The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation
Concepts, Evidence and Implications

 
 
SECTION FOUR: STRATEGIC ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
Michael E Porter
The Contributions of Industrial Organizations to Strategic Management
Jeffrey Pfeffer
Barriers to the Advancement of Organizational Science
Paradigm Development as a Dependent Variable

 
 
PART FIVE: METHODOLOGIES IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
J Richard Hackman and Greg R Oldham
Development of the Job Diagnostic Survey
Frank L Schmidt and John E Hunter
Development of a General Solution to the Problem of Validity Generalization
Frank L Schmidt et al
The Impact of Valid Selection Procedures on Work-Force Productivity

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