Understanding Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management Based on Corporate Anecdotes

edited by: K Ekta & Sanjeet Kumar Sameer
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ISBN: 9789358878172 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 122 | Language: English | Copyright: 2024
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 11.34 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 300 GMS
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Keywords

human resources management, organizational behavior, human resource management principles, managers, workplace, textbook, students, professionals, industries, agriculture, it, power, energy, consulting, practice questions

Effective human resources management presents an increasing challenge for organizations, and possessing a comprehensive understanding of organizational behavior and human resource management principles is crucial for managers to implement them effectively in the workplace. This textbook seeks to equip students and early-stage professionals with essential knowledge and abilities to grasp these concepts through illustrative examples, anecdotes, and stories from various industries, such as agriculture, IT, power, energy, and consulting. The content emphasizes key aspects of these concepts and offers practice questions that require readers to apply them to analyze situations and suggest solutions to issues. This publication is chiefly designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students and entry-level professionals, but may not be as pertinent for experienced human resource specialists or doctoral candidates.

K Ekta: Freelance Consultant and Patron, Development Connects (a consulting firm), Ranchi, Jharkhand

Sanjeet Kumar Sameer: Associate Professor, School of Agribusiness and Rural Management, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University Pusa, Bihar

Section I: Important Topics of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

1.  Summary of Key Topics of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management  K. Ekta

Section II: Cases and Corporate Anecdotes

2.  How to AnalyseA Case and Corporate Anecdotes Sanjeet Kumar Sameer        

3.  The Mentored or Unmentored  Sanjeet Kumar Sameer           

4.  Coaching & Mentoring Millennials Pinaki Chakladar

5.  The Expatriate Vs Local Supervisor Dilemma  Abhishek Tiwary

6.  Employee Entitlements &Remuneration  in International Subsidiary of Public Sector Company of India: A Choice Between Consistency and Differentiation Sanjeet Kumar Sameer

7.  The Curious Case of Culture Transformation at AXYZ Ltd  Pinaki Chakladar

8.  When in Rome Act Like Romans: Is it True in Case of Parent Company & its International  Subsidiary Relationship?  Sanjeet Kumar Sameer

9.  The Cultural Divide  Abhishek Tiwary         

10.  Am I a Performance Manager or A Mentor?  Abhishek Tiwary         

11.  Driving Performance Culture: A Case of CTN Ltd  Sanjeet Kumar Sameer

12.  The Responsible Organization  Sanjeet Kumar Sameer

 
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