Organizational Behaviour: Improving Performance and Commitment in the Workplace

July 4, 2013

obcanadianedFrom the publisher:

Colquitt Organizational Behaviour: Improving Performance and Commitment in the Workplace, Canadian Edition, is a different kind of organizational behaviour text. It re-examines how organizational behaviour should be taught and provides the framework to keep students engaged by using an integrative model linking organizational behaviour content back to its ultimate impact on job performance and commitment. Colquitt speaks to students in a language they understand through examples that are engaging and relevant. Solidly based in contemporary research but written in a conversational style, Colquitt has found a way to bring organizational behaviour to students without sacrificing academic rigour or the theoretical foundations behind contemporary OB topics.

Colquitt Organizational Behaviour, Canadian Edition, builds on the success of its US edition by bringing a highly innovative, respected, and talented Canadian researcher and author on board. The Canadian experience is deftly woven into Colquitt through targeted Canadian examples and cases, and a redesigned, streamlined table of contents that covers in depth all the major organizational behaviour topics within the parameters of the Canadian OB course.

Colquitt Organizational Behaviour, Canadian Edition, provides students and instructors with a friendly, accessible text grounded in contemporary theories and models that teach the universal applicability of organizational behaviour while remaining directly and deeply linked to the Canadian experience.

Organizational Behaviour: Improving Performance and Commitment in the Workplace, by Jason A. Colquitt, Jeffery A. Lepine and Michael J. Wesson. 1st Canadian ed. Whitby, Ont. : McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2010. 484 p. ISBN 9780070967458

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