Series: The Organizational Frontiers Series

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Career Development in Organizations (Jossey Bass Business and Management Series) by Douglas T. Hall
Compensation in Organizations by Barry Gerhart
Organizational Climate and Culture by Benjamin Schneider
Productivity in Organizations: New Perspectives from Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Jossey Bass Business and Management Series) by Richard J. Campbell
Training and Development in Organizations by Irwin L. Goldstein
Individual Differences and Behavior in Organizations (J-B SIOP Frontiers Series) by Kevin R. Murphy4
The Changing Nature of Performance: Implications for Staffing, Motivation, and Development (J-B SIOP Frontiers Series) by Daniel R. Ilgen5
Personnel Selection in Organizations (Jossey Bass Business and Management Series) by Neal Schmitt6
Emotions in the Workplace: Understanding the Structure and Role of Emotions in Organizational Behavior by Robert G. Lord7
The Changing Nature of Work (J-B SIOP Frontiers Series) by Ann Howard8
Measuring & Analyzing Behavior in Organizations: Advances in Measurement & Data Analysis by Fritz Drasgow10
The nature of organizational leadership : understanding the performance imperatives confronting today's leaders by Stephen J. Zaccaro11
Multilevel Theory, Research, and Methods in Organizations: Foundations, Extensions, and New Directions by Katherine J. Klein12
Managing Knowledge for Sustained Competitive Advantage: Designing Strategies for Effective Human Resource Management by Susan E. Jackson18
Personality and Work: Reconsidering the Role of Personality in Organizations by Murray R Barrick19
Team Effectiveness and Decision Making in Organizations (J-B SIOP Frontiers Series) by Richard A. Guzzo22

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