Engaging and thought provoking, The Neuro-Genetic Roots of Organizational Behavior is an unprecedented work that explores how neurology and genetics structure organizational life. Author Daniel A. Silverman presents the latest discoveries in neurology and genetics, discussing their practical applications for business organization. Specifically, he investigates how neuro-genetics filter perceptual inputs and limit possibilities for action.
Daniel A. Silverman is Principal Consultant in Organizational Change with American Management Systems located in Fairfax, Virginia. He is the author of Queen Victoria's Baggage (University Press of America, 1998) and Facilitating Organizational Change (University Press of America, 1997).
chapter 1 The Pathology of Organizational Life chapter 2 The Genetic Soup chapter 3 The Neurological Pieces chapter 4 Summary chapter 5 Bibliography chapter 6 Index