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Summary: Electronic Inspection Copy available for instructors here Now in its Third Edition , this unique and highly esteemed text goes from strength to strength, continuing to offer: seamless coverage of the essential topics of organizational behaviour a realist's guide to management capturing the complex life of organizations (the paradoxical, emotional, insecure, self-confident, responsible, irresponsible) and delivers the key themes and debates in an accessible way interactive, instructive (and fun) learning aids and features, both in the text and on the Companion Website an attractive, easily navigable, full-colour text design a guide to further reading including hand-selected journal articles, many of which are available on the Companion Website. As well as cutting-edge content and features, the Third Edition now includes: clearer, more concise exposition of all you need to know about organizations expanded coverage of public-sector, informal and non-profit organizations additional discussion of international cultures revised case studies to cater for readers across the world at all levels of knowledge and experience a revisited Companion Website with longer case studies. Over the last seven years, more and more students and tutors have been won over by Managing and Organizations ' coverage, wisdom and insight, and this new edition is a yet more essential guide to negotiating and understanding the bustling and complex life of organizations. Visit the Companion Website at www.sagepub.co.uk/managingandorganizations3 To watch Tyrone Pitsis talk about the new edition of Managing and Organizations - click here .
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Reunited with her younger sister, Vivien, after 50 years; sister almost died in an accident when they were children; expelled from school; her deceased mother was an alcoholic; father studied moths and butterflies and alter succumbed to dementia; lives alone in her family's house.
Ginny's sister; almost died in an accident when she was a child; expelled from school and moved to London when she was 15; returns to her family's home after being gone for 50 years.