Organizational Behaviour

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Organisational Behaviour

Robert Dailey lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is self-employed as a business consultant and writer. Until 2000 he was Professor of Management at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. Prior to taking that position, he was Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour on the Faculty of the Freeman School of Business, Tulane University. In both teaching positions he has prepared and taught graduate and undergraduate courses in management, organisational behaviour, organisational development, organisational theory, interpersonal behaviour, human resource management, business strategy and organisational behavioural science research. He has received the Howard Wissner Award three times for excellence in teaching at Tulane University. While at Drake, he has been on the teacher honour roll on several occasions. His publications have appeared in numerous journals. In addition, he is the author of Understanding People in Organizations, West Publishing Company, 1988. He has completed over 50 consulting projects in American corporations and hospitals. Recently he was named an honorary professor at Edinburgh Business School.

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