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The Ninth Edition of Organizational Behavior in Education relates the study of educational and organizational leadership to the challenge of how leaders can participate effectively in school reform. Readers are challenged to develop and act upon a game plan for implementing school reform throughout the text. Issues arising from the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 receive The Ninth Edition of Organizational Behavior in Education relates the study of educational and organizational leadership to the challenge of how leaders can participate effectively in school reform. Readers are challenged to develop and act upon a game plan for implementing school reform throughout the text. Issues arising from the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 receive major emphasis in this edition. This edition continues to examine aspects of organizational behavior such as organizational culture, diversity, leadership, motivation, change, conflict, and decision-making while maintaining high standards of scholarship and a lucid, readily accessible writing style.


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The Ninth Edition of Organizational Behavior in Education relates the study of educational and organizational leadership to the challenge of how leaders can participate effectively in school reform. Readers are challenged to develop and act upon a game plan for implementing school reform throughout the text. Issues arising from the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 receive The Ninth Edition of Organizational Behavior in Education relates the study of educational and organizational leadership to the challenge of how leaders can participate effectively in school reform. Readers are challenged to develop and act upon a game plan for implementing school reform throughout the text. Issues arising from the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 receive major emphasis in this edition. This edition continues to examine aspects of organizational behavior such as organizational culture, diversity, leadership, motivation, change, conflict, and decision-making while maintaining high standards of scholarship and a lucid, readily accessible writing style.

30 review for Organizational Behavior in Education: Adaptive Leadership and School Reform

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dee Bibb

    This isn't the worst book I've ever had for one of my classes...as a matter of fact it fairly easy to read and understand. I just felt some of the rhetoric could have been minimized. This isn't the worst book I've ever had for one of my classes...as a matter of fact it fairly easy to read and understand. I just felt some of the rhetoric could have been minimized.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    yeah, i'm in grad school now, so i gotta read books like this. not a bad book if you are trying to figure out how to lead a school... yeah, i'm in grad school now, so i gotta read books like this. not a bad book if you are trying to figure out how to lead a school...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Star

    Great information; however, this is one of the most incredibly dense textbooks I have ever read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bridget Ann

    Read for graduate school, ed leadership.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rob

    This is a textbook, but it reads well. The information is solid and helpful and well organized. I enjoyed learning many new ideas and gaining new insights into organizational leadership. I appreciate the focus of this book on the field of education. I believe this will be a very helpful resource moving forward.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marsha Jones

    The history of education and every researcher remotely connected to education. A good review after 18 years out of college, but some chapters require "no dose". Will need this book to review for doctoral comps next year!!! The history of education and every researcher remotely connected to education. A good review after 18 years out of college, but some chapters require "no dose". Will need this book to review for doctoral comps next year!!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    textbook. long chapters. irrelevant information. hard to get through. on the other hand, the good parts are REALLY good.

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