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Managing a staff of writers, artists, producers--you know, "creative types"--poses several anxieties for many managers. In analyzing why this is so, I looked at my own business experiences--as a manager who directs creative thinkers and doers, and as a creative person, myself. I will first...
The Margaret Burns and Donald Haws articles point out the three major areas of potential stress in the relationship between the manager and the creative worker. The first area, based on contemporary research into the apparent lateral specialization of the brain hemispheres, is concerned with the...
Current activities in computer system development indicate a continued interest in and expansion of Computer Utility Environments (CUE) and local networks of the most cost effective computers that can be produced in the current technology, CUE's are characterized by the support of functions that...
The University of Oklahoma Programmer Trainee Program was developed because of our inability to compete on the open market for a trained programming staff.
What do these diverse elements have to do with managing the creative worker? In the 40's and 50's Abraham Maslow developed the concept that man is a perpetually wanting being who is continually striving to find ways to satisfy needs. These needs are internal; motivation is internal. He developed...
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