General Web Links
The following general weblinks are shared by all chapters.
This Canadian on-line magazine provides a variety of organizational behaviour and human resources management information. It requires a subscription for complete access, but some free information is available.
This Canadian magazine's web site offers full-text of some articles from the current and past issues. Although most topics are on employee benefits, some articles spread into OB topics such as rewards and empowerment.
Work In America Institute
This site offers summaries of several action research projects on self-directed work teams, work-life balance, rewards, and other OB topics.
Here's an interesting web site on the 22 unique "keys" that this consultant and author identifies for a meaningful workplace, including flexibility, invention, ownership, self-identity, etc. The site also includes other articles with OB themes.
Conference Board of Canada -Insidedge
This is the Conference Board of Canada's quarterly newsletter. It includes overviews of new reports from this Ottawa-based think tank, and well as commentary on Canadian business trends.
The ultimate lighter side of organizational reality with a good dose of humour!
Laughnet Workplace Site
Dilbert isn't the only place on the web where you can laugh at work. This Laughnet site offers a few sources of humour, from cartoons to jokes. It includes funny tips on building your resume, differences between you and your boss, and Murphy's Laws for work. (Warning: Some links may be somewhat offensive.)
This handy site provides weekly information on various human resources issues relevant to organizational behaviour, including recruitment, rewards, telecommuting, and work attitudes.
The Society for Organizational Learning
This is MIT's site for organizational learning. The "research" link includes recent publications and related knowledge bits from MIT. The "Idea Exchange" provides tidbits on knowledge on various OB topics.
Franklin Covey offers this on-line magazine, full of stories about personal success and human hope. It's also a great source of information about what goes on in organizations, from a more personal point of view.