This revised edition of Misbehavior in Organizations updates and expands upon the integrative OMB (organizational misbehavior) framework pioneered by the authors. Streamlined for improved readability, it covers key topics that have emerged in the scholarly literature in the past decade including insidious workplace behavior, bullying and harassment in the workplace, information hiding, cyberbullying, and organizational spirituality. A thorough and up-to-date resource on this crucial and evolving topic in organizational studies, this book provides insights on misbehavior at the individual, position, group, and organizational levels.
Table of Contents
I: ORGANIZATIONAL MISBEHAVIOR (OMB).
1 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND MISBEHAVIOR.
2 A GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR OMB ANALYSIS.
3 ORGANIZATIONAL MISBEHAVIOR AND WORK CAREERS – THE TEMPORAL DYNAMIC CONNECTION.
II: OMB MANIFESTATIONS AND ANTECEDENTS.
4 INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL MANIFESTATIONS OF OMB.
5 PRODUCTION AND POLITICAL MANIFESTATIONS.
6 CORRUPTION, UNETHICAL ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND PROPERTY MANIFESTATIONS.
7 INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL ANTECEDENTS OF OMB.
8 POSITION AND GROUP-LEVEL ANTECEDENTS.
9 ORGANIZATION-LEVEL ANTECEDENTS.
10 MEASUREMENT DILEMMAS IN OMB RESEARCH.
11 A MODEL OF OMB MANAGEMENT.
Yoav Vardi (PhD, ILR School, Cornell University) is retired from the Department of Labor Studies at Tel Aviv University. He is affiliated with the Israel Academic College and the Faculty of Economics at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. His main research interests are managing organizational misbehavior and careers.
Ely Weitz, Department of Labor Studies, Tel Aviv University, heads the department’s Executive Master Program in Labor Studies. His research interests include organization theory, management history, management and organization development, and misbehavior in organizations. Dr. Weitz is the past chair of the Israeli Industrial Relations Research Association.