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This guide brings together resources useful for students in the Organizational Behavior program
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Welcome

This subject guide highlights some key resources for research in Organizational Behavior. It includes both library resources and freely available web resources.

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    A database of educational and documentary video including many on management, behavior, and the workplace. Enables you to create and share playlists with others. Pacific users only.
 

Introduction

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A field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, structures and systems have on activities within organizations. Specific areas of study include:

  1. individuals in organizations (their values, attitudes, beliefs and motives; decision-making and behaviour; satisfaction and performance);

  2. groups in organizations (teams, roles, and leadership; control, power, conflict, co-operation, negotiation and politics), and

  3. structures and systems (hierarchies, structures, rules and regulations, practices and policies; organizational cultures and values; organizational learning, change and development).

The purpose is to apply such knowledge in an attempt to improve the performance of individuals within an organization and enhance an organization's effectiveness. OB invariably relates to the study of business organizations, but it may also consider not-for-profit and government organizations — in essence, any organization that requires formal management.

organizational behaviour. (2003). In The New Penguin Business Dictionary. Retrieved from http://www.credoreference.com/entry/penguinbus/organizational_behaviour

Citing Sources

To learn more about APA style, or one way to keep your research sources organized, see the APA tab on this guide, or view the guides listed here. 

Citing Sources
by Michelle Maloney, Veronica Wells - Last Updated Mar 28, 2014
A guide to citing sources in APA, MLA, Chicago and Turabian citation styles.
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RefWorks Guide
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This guide provides information and instructions on using RefWorks at Pacific.
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