An Introduction to Work and Organizational Psychology: A European Perspective

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Nik Chmiel
John Wiley & Sons, 3. jun. 2008 - 566 sider
The updated second edition of this best-selling textbook will continue to provide the most comprehensive European introduction to issues in work and organisational psychology, for those with no prior knowledge of the field. Presenting a range of topics core to the subject area plus chapters on topics recently emerged, the book brings the content of the previous edition fully up-to-date. Each chapter is written by a European expert in their field, and provides both a comprehensive account of the topics included and the current views on them. With more substantial case studies, an increased use of graphics, a full range of instructor support, and a variety of state-of-the-art pedagogical features to fire the imagination, "An Introduction to Work and Organizational Psychology" will continue to set the standard for European work psychology textbooks
 

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Indhold

Work Profiling ancl Iob Analysis
29
Learning ancl Training at Work
56
Assessing and Developing Performance
76
Design and Use of Work Technology
158
Demanding Work Technology and Human Performance
169
Telework
190
Iuergen Sauer Department of Psychology University of Fribourg
192
Virtual TeamWorking and Collaboration Technology
209
Effective Teams in Organizations
305
Strategic Management
329
Organizational Development and Change
351
Mergers and Acquisitions through Perspectives of Work
377
Theory and Application
395
Creating Inclusive Organizations
414
Roles and Methods of Work and Organizational Psychology
441
The Benefits of Ongoing Stress Risk Assessment A
465

Organizations Technology and Safety
234
An Introduction to Personnel Selection
257
Leadership in Organizations
281
References
483
Index
552
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Om forfatteren (2008)

Nik Chmiel is Director of Occupational Psychology at Queen's University, Belfast and was President of EAWOP (the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology) from 2003-2007.

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