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This paper develops four lists of leading authors on leadership and managerial effectiveness and examines the distribution over time of works by those authors on those topics. In this way, not only are leading authors identified, but changing patterns are also determined. This approach suggests...
Although the period from approximately 1900 until the late 1920's is commonly seen as a time in which mechanistic models of management and organization predominated, several outstanding humanistic management writers and practitioners also emerged. An outstanding example of these industrial...
This paper gives a brief overview of graduate business education at the two oldest graduate schools of business - Amos Tuck and Harvard. Its purpose is to give an historical overview of the MBA program in U.S. since its inception seventy-five years ago.
An important consideration when using questionnaires in organizational research is whether or not they should be administered under anonymous or identified but confidential response conditions. If the responses are to be used with other data (e.g., that obtainable from personnel files),...
In order to develop geocentric orientation, multinationalfirms must develop management and marketing tactics that can effectively deal with local market environments. These firms cannot allow themselves to optimize on an international scale. Local market decisions must be made in light of their...
Relationships between life style-work group structure compatibility, life style compatibility with co-workers and supervisors, and job satisfaction among registered nurses (RNs) were examined. Persona listic-coordinative and formalistic-bureaucratic compatibilities explained 41% of the variance...
This study was designed to investigate the relationship between the behavior pattern of leaders and the willingness of their subordinates to share information. Measures of information sharing norms were obtained from 250 individuals within business organizations along with assessments of the...
This research effort examines the degree of and relationship among role ambiguity, job-related tension, and job satisfaction in a hospital environment. The specific research subjects chosen were hospital unit managers. Adaptation of the Kahn et al. national study was used to establish Role...
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