ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY is the most befitting subject of applied behavioral science for improving work practices and enhancing organizational development. The applied fields of psychology especially the ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY has greater responsibilities to serve the organizations with its established theories, principles and researches conducted in the diverse work settings across cultures.
The development of human resources rests in the psychological experiences and perceptions of employees in the organizations where they stay in over a period of time. An organization provides an environment in which each employee experiences positive and negative interpersonal interactions.
This manuscript provides 14 chapters on very relevant and practice-oriented areas of concern for workplaces based on comprehensive literature review, Indian research case studies, and exercises, review questions and an interesting opening story with every chapter. Any students who opt for INDUSTRIAL / ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY papers in any technical or non-technical courses would professionally benefit from this book.
This book majorly represents the syllabi of graduate and post-graduate courses like B.A. /M.A. (Psychology); B.Com; BMS; B.Tech./Engg.; MMS; M.Com; MHRD for all colleges and university level students.
‘Organizational Psychology’ book is an all time requirement for students, and has included almost all current and relevant topics of Organizational Psychology such as an introduction to industrial/organizational psychology, research methods, human resource planning / management, employee recruitment and selection, training and development, employee engagement and organizational commitment, organizational culture and performance, motivation and job satisfaction, work-life balance, safety at workplace, leadership and group dynamics, performance management, employee counseling, statistical techniques.
The manuscript shall be useful for students of psychology, commerce, management, HR, engineering etc.
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