This book introduces 4 important topics in organizational behavior: organizational commitment, work environment, organizational environment, and motivation. The first chapter discusses conceptualization of organizational commitment, antecedents and consequences of organizational commitment, and organizational commitment profiles. Also, this chapter reviews commitment studies in sport management and suggests future directions in commitment research in sport management. In chapter 2, an individual’s psychological work environment, such as social support, organizational support, organizational justice, and work-family conflict, is examined in relation to various work outcomes. Chapter 3 focuses on reviewing different perspectives of classifying organizational environment and attempts to develop environmental dimensions that are applicable to sport organizations. Finally, different motivation theories and the studies that employed each theory are reviewed, and the importance of cross-cultural studies in motivation is discussed.