Organizational Behavior in Sport Management

Publisher : Human Kinetics

ISBN-13 : 1492552380

Page : 248 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 380 voters

Organizational Behavior in Sport Management provides numerous real-life examples from organizations and immerses students in the key behavioral issues that those in sport organizations face today. The text comes with an instructor guide that offers many useful tools to help instructors enhance students’ learning.

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