Monthly Archives: January 2013

Creativity and thinking

Creativity is being extolled as one of the essential attributes for future success in all realms of human activity, and a big part of the creative process is thinking. Most of us would probably argue that we think on a … Continue reading

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Behavior in organizations

The study of organizational behavior (OB) is a key component of all business administration and management programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. However, contrary to what the name might suggest, the study of OB is not literally concerned with … Continue reading

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Organizational behavior text

For my organizational behavior (OB) class this term, I have chosen to use Managing Human Behavior in Public and Nonprofit Organizations, by Robert B. Denhardt, Janet V. Denhardt, and Maria P. Aristigueta, now in its third edition (Sage, 2013). As … Continue reading

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Change management text

The material for my change management course is drawn from a variety of sources, but I do use one text in its entirety: Leading Change toward Sustainability, by Bob Doppelt, now in its second edition (Greenleaf, 2010). According to a … Continue reading

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