Approaching management criticallySetting the sceneEmployees' views of workManagerial views of workThe rationality of managementSexuality, sex typing, and genderClassic organizational behaviour and the critiqueMotivationLeadershipPerceptionPersonalityOrganizational learningCultureTeams and teamworkingStructureAll change?The core of critical approachesManagerial power and controlOrganizational misbehaviourVoluntary, not-for-profit, and alternative organizationsHealth, well-being, emotion, and stress
Fiona Wilson is Professor of Organizational Behaviour in the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. Before moving to Glasgow, she worked at the University of St Andrews: first as a Lecturer, then as a Senior Lecturer. Previously, Fiona had been employed as a researcher at Manchester Business School and University of Bradford Management Centre. Fiona completed a PhD at Manchester Business School in 1986. She is a Fellow of the British Academy of Management, an Academic Fellow of the CIPD, and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
"Wilson writes in an extremely accessible way with a good balance of depth and breadth." - Ronnie Caddow, Glasgow Caledonian University "This book stands out in its commitment to taking a critical approach to the study of Organisational Behaviour. It introduces students to the main debates in the literature on each subject and in this way becomes a helpful starting point in their learning journey." - Dr Patrizia Kokot, University of Reading "This book has all the hallmarks of a great Organizational Behaviour textbook; being comprehensive in content whilst informative and accessible for students across a range of levels." - Michael Frize, University of Sheffield "A stimulating, astute, and original introduction to the core questions on work, organizations, and their management." - Dr Pasi Ahonen, University of Essex