Organizational Change (eBook)
Here is a collection of essays on the principles of organization psychology as understood from a behavioral perspective.
This is an important text for interested readers in both private and public settings. The 1998 Nevada Conference on Organizational Change brought to light many old issues and new opportunities in the field of Organizational Behavior Management. The contributors include some of the leading names in the fields of Applied Behavior Analysis and Organizational Behavior Management.
Linda J. Hayes
3 – 2001
New Harbinger Publications
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