Introduction to special section on Organizational Challenges in the Knowledge Society
The field of Organizational Behavior (OB) has been built on human sciences of psychology, sociology, and anthropology. We know that people and their emotions, motivations, prejudices, skills, temperaments, experiences, attitudes, fears, etc. are the key components of our organizations. The articles in this special section each take a different approach to the topic of furthering our understanding of OB in a knowledge economy, but all address the core need to understand culture and behavioral principles of people. This common core of understanding organizations gets us back to attending to the people who work there.
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