The third revised edition of Organisational Behaviour: Global and Southern African Perspectives is based on the best-selling 15th global edition by Stephen Robbins and Timothy Judge. This edition has been updated to reflect current research findings from a global and a local perspective, and looks at the individual, group and organisational levels. Key features • A unique four-tier model explains the contextual issues and the challenges that South African organisations are facing; • Important terminology is explained in side notes and is included in a glossary; • Case incidents that look at the South African context are paired with questions to stimulate critical thinking and the application of theory; and • Perennial issues in South African organisations such as ethics and diversity are integrated with other themes throughout the book. Additions that stimulate critical thinking and application • Updated local and international research data reflect current trends in organisational behaviour; • New relevant cases look at South African companies and the issues that today’s organisations face; • Industry-specific examples are highlighted and dealt with in ‘OB in the news’, ‘Myth or science’, ‘OB in a global context’, ‘From concepts to skills’ and ‘Point–counterpoint’ discussions; • Summaries and sections on implications for managers emphasise the practical application of concepts in the workplace; • Questions for review, experiential exercises and ethical dilemmas stimulate student engagement; and • Prescribing lecturers can access additional instructor resources including PowerPoint presentations and a test bank. This eBook is a digital version of the printed book. Benefits of the ePUB format include: • The ability to view on a desktop computer, notebook or tablet; • As students adjust fonts, rotate and flip pages, content reflows to fit the device’s screen giving the user a more flexible experience; and • Students can take notes, highlight and bookmark, and access video and audio for visual learning.