Individuals and Groups in Organizations guides student and practitioners alike through the maze of approaches to the way people interact in organizational life. The authors provide a clear framework for analysing the role of the individual in the group, the group in organization, and the organization in the environment.
Turniansky and Hare have organized the text around six topics central to those who manage in organizations: people, gender, flexibility, groups, learning and creativity. Central themes are explained and analyses with reference to current case examples, summaries of current research and key concepts.
Individual and Groups in organizations provides both students and practitioners in organizational psychology, organizational behaviour, HRM and business studies with valuable insights into the process of creativity, flexibility, change and development in organizations.