Advanced Organizational Behavior

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رفتار سازمانی پیشرفته

تهیه کننده : محمد حسن میرزائی دانشجوی کارشناسی ارشد مدیریت فناوری اطلاعات استاد راهنما : جناب آقای دکتراميرحسين امیرخانی مولف كتاب : استيفن پي . رابينز مترجمين : دكتر علي پارسائيان و دكتر سيد محمد اعرابي

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فصل 1 : پيش درآمدي بر رفتار سازماني ..................................................................... 3
فصل 2 : رفتار سازماني در سطح جهاني ................................................................... 8
فصل 3 : مباني رفتار فرد ............................................................................................ 12
فصل 4 : مفاهيم اصلي انگيزش ................................................................................... 19
فصل 5 : انگيزش از مفاهيم تا كاربرد ......................................................................... 25
فصل 6 : تصميم گيري فردي ................................................................................... 32
فصل 7 : مباني رفتار گروه ...................................................................................... 37
فصل 8 : شناخت تيم ................................................................................................ 41
فصل 9 : ارتباطات .................................................................................................... 47
فصل 10 : رهبري .................................................................................................... 51
فصل 11 : قدرت و سياست…...

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