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Organizational behavior and public management 3rd ed., rev. and expanded

Organizational behavior and public management 3rd ed., rev. and expanded (Loan 6 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Vasu, Michael Lee. Stewart, Debra W. , 1943-. Garson, G. David.
Title Statement
Organizational behavior and public management / Michael L. Vasu, Debra W. Stewart, G. David Garson.
판사항
3rd ed., rev. and expanded.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Marcel Dekker ,   c1998.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 403 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Public administration and public policy ; 68.
ISBN
0824701356
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Organizational behavior. Public administration.
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700 1 ▼a Garson, G. David.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface to the Third Edition = ⅲ
Preface to the Second Edition = ⅴ
Preface to the Frist Edition = ⅸ
1. Introduction to Organizational Behavior in the Public Sector = 1
 Introduction = 1
 Choosing a Unit of Analysis = 2
 Organizational behavior = 2
 Organizational Theory = 4
 Public versus Private Organizations = 6
 The Role of Government in American Society = 9
 Controlling Externalities = 11
 Providing Public Goods = 13
 Insuring Equity = 13
 Providing a Framework for Law and Order and Economic Stability = 15
 Public Organizations : Economic Differences = 16
 Differences in Problems Faced by Public and Private Organizations = 20
 The Structure of the Book = 21
 References and Additional Reading = 23
2. Approaches to Organization Theory = 26
 History of Organizations = 27
 Railroads and Modern Organizations = 28
 The Classical Approach = 30
 The Human Relations Approach = 36
 The Decision-Making Approach = 38
 The Neo-Human Relations Approach = 43
 The Systems Approach = 45
 Bureaucratic Politics Approach = 47
 Conclusion = 52
 References and Additoinal Reading = 52
3. motivation in Organizations = 56
 Introduction = 56
 Motivation in Context = 56
 Basic Motivation Theory = 59
 The Cognitive Approach = 60
 Drive or Tension Reduction Theory = 61
 Expectancy Value Theories = 63
 Human Growth and Development Theory = 64
 The Acognitive Approach = 66
 Motivation in the Workplace = 68
 Applications Deriving from the Cognitive Tradition = 68
 Applicatoins Deriving from the Acognitive Tradition = 77
 Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Motivation = 78
 Managerial Implications = 81
 Endnote = 83
 References and Additional Reading = 83
4. Leadership = 89
 Leadership versus Management = 92
 The Trait Approach to Leadership = 93
 Leadership Traits : Do They Lead to Organizational Effectiveness? = 96
 Behavioral Approaches to Leadership = 97
 Participatory Leadership Behavior = 98
 Social/Task Leadership Behavior = 100
 Instrumental Leadership Behavior = 103
 Contingency Approaches to Leadership = 106
 Contingency Theory : Hersey and Blanchard's Situational Leadership Theory = 108
 Transformational Leadership = 110
 Managerial Implications = 113
 References and Additional Reading = 115
5. Role Behavior : Individuals and Groups = 123
 Role Conformity = 127
 The Dynamics of Conformity and Exclusion = 130
 The Positive Functions of Conformity = 133
 The Negative Functions of Conformity = 134
 Role Confilct =137
 Psychological Dimensions of Role Conflict = 140
 Deviance = 141
 Managing Organizational Roles = 142
 Informal Organization = 144
 Informal Organization as a Threat = 144
 Informal Organization as an Opportunity = 146
 Informal Organization : A Summary = 147
 Managing Role Change = 147
 Managerial Implicatons = 149
 Endnotes = 151
 References and Additional Reading = 152
6. Communication = 160
 Communication as a Process = 162
 Verbal Communication = 167
 Nonverbal Communication = 171
 Vertical and Horizontal Communication = 174
 Listening = 180
 The Communication Audit = 183
 Managerial Implicatoins = 186
 References and Additional Reading = 187
7. Decision-Making = 195
 Planning and Rational Models of Decision-Making = 197
 The Conservative Critique of Planning = 200
 Herbert Simon and Decision-Making Theory = 205
 Critics and Revisionists = 207
 Planning and Participatory Approaches to Decision-Making = 211
 Research on Group Decision-Making = 214
 The Delphi Method, the Nominal Group Technique, and Computer Mediated Communication = 217
 Managerial Implications = 221
 Endnote = 224
 References and Additional Reading = 224
8. Worker Participation and Total Quality Management = 233
 Total Quality Management (TQM) = 235
 Forces that Inhibit the Spread of TQM and Participatory Management in Government = 243
 Forces Favoring the Spread of TQM and Participatory Management in Government = 249
 Managerial Implications = 255
 References and Additional Reading = 256
9. Organizational Change = 265
 Organizational Culture = 265
 Organizational Climate = 269
 Structure, Technology, and Environment = 270
 Organizational Learning and Organizational Change = 273
 Managerial Change Strategies = 276
 Basic Points About Managing Change = 277
 Managerial Implications = 279
 References and Additional Reading = 281
10. Management Systems = 286
 Public Sector Applications of Management Systmes = 290
 Design Concerns in Management Control Systems = 291
 The Relevance of Research Design to Control Systems = 297
 How Research Design Fits in = 298
 The Implementation of Management Systems = 300
 Management Implicatoiins = 306
 References and Additional Reading = 307
11. Information, Computers, and Organization Theory in Public Management = 311
 Policy Studies versus Organization Theory = 312
 Typological Frameworks as Organization Theory = 313
 Stages-of-Growth Theories of MIS = 314
 Political Process Models = 319
 Economic Theories of MIS = 324
 Public Goods Theory of Information Systems = 326
 Social Impact Research as Organization Theory = 329
 The Communication and Control Perspective = 332
 Conclusion = 334
 Management Implicatoins = 335
 Endnotes = 336
 References and Additional Reading = 338
12. Performance Appraisal  = 347
 Organizational Needs : Evaluating Performance = 349
 Objectives of Performance Appraisal Systems = 354
 Context Factors Affecting Performance Appraisal = 357
 Performance Appraisal Techniques : A Survey = 358
 Management by Objectives = 362
 Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales = 364
 Managerial Implications = 370
 References and Additional Reading = 371
13. Management Ethics = 377
 Ethics Defined = 380
 Approaches to Ethical Analysis = 382
 Nature of Obligation : Negative of Affirmative = 385
 The Kew Gardens Principle : Between Avoiding Injury and Doing Good = 387
 Affirmative Obligation : Doing Good = 389
 Source of Regulation : Internal or External = 390
 Matrix Summarizing Dimensions of Variation and Their Interaction = 393
 Managerial Implications = 393
 Endnotes = 394
 References and Additional Reading = 394
Index = 399


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