Canadian Organizational Behaviour, 7th Ed. with Connect Access Card Hardcover – Apr 1 2010
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About the Author
Steven L. McShane is Winthrop Professor of Management at the University of Western Australia (UWA) Business School, where he receives high teaching ratings from students in Perth, Singapore, Manila, and other cities where UWA offers its programs. He previously taught in the business faculties at Simon Fraser University and Queen’s University in Canada. Steve has conducted executive programs with Nokia, TÜV-SÜD, Wesfarmers Group, Main Roads WA, McGraw-Hill, ALCOA World Alumina Australia, and many other organizations. He is also a popular visiting speaker, having given numerous invited presentations over the past four years to faculty and students in the United States, China, India, Canada, the Philippines, Malaysia, and other countries. Steve earned his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in organizational behaviour, human resource management, and labour relations. He also holds a Master of Industrial Relations from the University of Toronto, and an undergraduate degree from Queen’s University in Canada. Steve is a past President of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) and Director of Graduate Programs in the business faculty at Simon Fraser University. Along with co-authoring Canadian Organizational Behaviour, Eighth Edition, Steve is co-author of M: Organizational Behavior (2012) and Organizational Behavior, Sixth Edition (2013) with Mary Ann Von Glinow (Florida International University); and Organisational Behaviour on the Pacific Rim, Third Edition (2010) with Mara Olekalns (University of Melbourne) and Tony Travaglione (Curtin University). Steve is also co-author of editions or translations of his organizational behaviour book in China, India, Quebec, Taiwan, and Brazil. Steve has published several dozen articles and conference papers on workplace values, training transfer, organizational learning, exit-voice-loyalty, employee socialization, wrongful dismissal, media bias in business magazines, and other diverse topics. Steve enjoys spending his leisure time swimming, body board surfing, canoeing, skiing, and travelling with his wife and two daughters.
Sandra L. Steen teaches in the Paul J. Hill School of Business and the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business at the University of Regina. Sandra also leads executive education and professional development sessions with the Centre for Management Development, Faculty of Business Administration. Sandra has an integrated education and background in both organizational behaviour and human resource management. She received her MBA from the University of Regina and has more than 25 years of leading, managing, teaching, and consulting across a wide range of organizations in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. Sandra teaches in the undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA programs at the University of Regina. In addition to Canadian Organizational Behaviour, Eighth Edition, Sandra is co-author with Professors Raymond Noe (Ohio State University), John R. Hollenbeck (Michigan State University), Barry Gerhart (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and Patrick Wright (Cornell University) of Human Resource Management, Second Canadian Edition (2009). Sandra holds the designation of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) and she is a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Human Resource Professionals. She serves as a Commissioner of the Saskatchewan Public Service Commission, the central human resource agency for the Saskatchewan Provincial Government. Sandra has received recognition for her teaching accomplishments including “Inspiring Teacher Award Business Administration.” In her leisure time, Sandra enjoys time at the lake with her husband Aaron, and their children, Matt and Jess.