Organizational behavior (OB) is the study of individual and group behavior in organizational settings. OB looks at organizations as entities, the forces that shape them, and their impact on the members. The study of OB involves three levels within organizations: (1) Individual; (2) Group (or Team); and (3) Organizational.

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Dolan, Simon; Lingham, Tony

Introduction to international organizational behavior [Electronic resource]

11/2011
Organizational behavior (OB) is the study of individual and group behavior in organizational settings. OB looks at organizations as entities, the forces that shape them, and their impact on the members. The study of OB involves three levels within organizations: (1) Individual; (2) Group (or Team); and (3) Organizational.
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Introduction to international organizational behavior [Electronic resource]
Dolan, Simon; Lingham, Tony
Arkansas City (United States of America): Book Educators, 11/2011
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