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Organizational behaviour and work wilson
Alhert J. Mills and his co-authors have produced an organizational hehaviour text that is innovative, thought-provoking, and relevant. A prolific author and researcher, renown for his work in culture. Professor Mills is well-qualified to take on the task of considering the glohal context of organizational hehaviour and to lay hare the limitations of some of the more popular paradigms within OB that don't altogether hold up across cultures, genders, and age groups, for example.
While some texts created from contrihuted chapters often suffer from the lack of a consistent approach, this does not happen in this case. An over-arching theme of the text is change and the approaches to the study of OB that Mills introduces in Chapter 1: managerialist; actionalist; radical; feminist and racioethnicity are carried through each successive chapter. The hook hangs together well and is almost fearless in its presentation and discussion of the impact of such things as gender, race, and class.
Students will enjoy the discussion on the limitations of scientific methods and how the social and political context impact even the research questions that we deem "worthy of study". To really appreciate what this hook has to offer, students will require some experience and context. For this reason, the text will work hest in senior undergraduate or graduate courses. If nothing else, the first two chapters should he required reading for every new MBA and master of management student.
I can foresee some very lively dehates and class discussions heing sparked hy some of the more provocative examples that the authors present, such as the perception of those who wear identifiahle religious symhols, valuing diversity, multiculturalism and whether this truly exists in Canada , alternative approaches to motivation, and a particularly insightful look at gender inequity in academia.
Students will he intrigued hy the discussion of culture and gender in relation to communication. In the same chapter, there is an analysis of cultural time patterns and cultural preferences for direct communication which will henefit all of us who teach a diverse student hody. Some of us may want to rethink the approach we are taking to encourage student participation and learning.
Organizational Behaviour in a Global Context presents numerous contemporary corporate examples and, while this is one of the hook's major strengths, the majority of the firms are North American or Western European in origin. In the next edition, consideration should he given to expanding the glohal reach of the examples and including incidents and cases from Africa, Asia, and South Asia, in particular.
The authors might also consider carrying cases across chapters. For example, the British Airways case could he analyzed from the perspective of culture change, leadership, power, and motivation. This type of integrative approach to learning would deepen students' appreciation and understanding of a range of organizational principles in a context with which they are already familiar.
The final chapter, "Glohalization Antenarratives", warns the reader ahout making any sort of Utopian assumptions ahout the future. Each of us, as players in a glohal husiness world -teachers -students -managers -leaders -investors -must realize our role in creating the "glohalization narrative".
We all have roles to play in how things evolve and the choices that we make are not value-free. As teachers, we need to take great care with the leaders and organizations that we hold up to our students as exemplars of the "good husiness" narrative. This hook encourages all of us to question our assumptions and perceptions. This is quite appropriate for the study of organizational hehaviour and for curious students and scholars in all fields.
Correspondence to: Dr. Martha A. Related Papers. Dever, Rhonda and Mills, Albert J. By Albert Mills. By Steven Van Hook. Engendering Global Studies of Work. By Nancy Plankey-Videla. Missionary Positions: Christian, Modernist, Postmodern. By Marjorie C Woods. Download pdf. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link.
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