Preparing any book to go into a second edition is much like welcoming home a child now
grown, who left home to find a personalized way of life, has found a measure of success, and
who will soon leave again to face new experiences. The editor, like the parent, is at once delighted,
proud of the success, and ready to do almost anythingto prepare the returnee for another
tussle with the world.
And so it is, substantially, with the Hurzdbook of 0rgani:ational Behavior. There is in
this editor some satisfaction that one offspring has donew ell enough, a bit of pride in my share
of helping to...