Managing Change, Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Development
This book examines at length in the Indian context, three interrelated issues: managing change in government, organizational behavior, and human resource development (HRD). With 25 papers arranged into three sections, the book will be relevant for administrators, managers, social scientists, academics, students, scholars, and the intelligent laymen. Various aspects are examined from theoretical and conceptual viewpoints as well as the possibilities of practical applications by administrators and managers. The articles include themes related to creativity, managerial effectiveness, accountability and transparency, motivation, leadership, the decision-making process, managing conflict, management in government, the administrator as manager, managerial excellence, reengineering public administration, new public management, human resource development, job satisfaction and career commitment, training, and the interface between HRD and organizational development.
Publication Date: 12/31/2008