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Articles written by academics, analysts, and investigative journalists are often good sources of information on organizational behaviour issues, both generally and in the context of a specific companies and organizations.
See also: Articles and News guide
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Organizational behavior or situations take place in the context of a company/organization. Understanding this context and the various ways these behaviours can influence and be influenced by these various contexts.
When studying organizational behaviour, it is therefore often useful to have a good understanding of the company/organization involved, the industry that company is a part of, and the country in which the company is situated.
These reports help you to understand the company you are studying: the executives, how the company structured, the corporate history, the products and services offered by the company, as well as their financials. Some reports will also provide an analysis of the company's performance as well as the opportunities and challenges they face.
See also: Company Research guide
Industry reports help you to better understand the business or market context of the company or organization that you are studying.
See also: Industry Research guide
Country profiles also help you to understand the broader social, political, and economical contexts that might have an influence or impact on the company or organziation you are interested in.
You can use the following sources to help you build your citations for your report.
Business Citation Guides: