Human Relations in the Organization, a customized edition of Organizational Behavior, v. 1.1. by Talya Bauer and Berrin Erdogan (Flat World Knowledge, 2010), helps to bridge the gap between theory and practice. This experiential approach guides your students through the creation of a Personal Development Plan (PDP) that will prepare them to be contributing members of any organization.
After each new topic is presented, students answer a few questions about the main ideas. This keeps students focused, actively processing the information, and constructing new knowledge.
Eight chapters offer concise presentation of key concepts. Additional activities guide students through the examination of artifacts and case studies to put the concepts into context and test the limits of the ideas presented.
Human Relations in the Organization provides everything you need for an online course. And we can tailor the webtext to match your program’s emphasis, term length, student expectations, and assignment types.