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The human side of enterprise.


New York, McGraw-Hill, 1960.
ISBN 0070450927, 9780140091243, 0140091246, 9780070450929

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Subjects Administracao De Pessoal.
Chefs d'entreprise.
Führung.
Management.
Personnel -- Direction.
Personnel Management.
Personnel management.
direction entreprise.
gestion.
Series Penguin business library.
Description 246 pages illustrations 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary The text deals with policies and practices in the management of human resources in business and industrial organization, examining them in the light of current social science knowledge about human nature and behavior. Two important suppositions form the basis of this material. Theory X: the assumptions upon which traditional organizations are based and which appear inadequate for the full utilization of human potentialities. Theory Y: the assumptions consistent with current research knowledge which could lead to higher motivation and greater realization of both individual and organizational goals. The implications of Theory Y in regard to the administration of salaries and promotions, performance appraisal, staff-line relationships, participation, leadership, management development, and the managerial team are discussed.
Contents Preface -- Part I. The theoretical assumptions of management. 1. Management and scientific knowledge -- 2. Methods of influence and control -- 3. Theory X : the traditional view of direction and control -- 4. Theory Y : the integration of individual and organizational goals -- Part II. Theory Y in practice. 5. Management by integration and self-control -- 6. A critique of performance appraisal -- 7. Administering salaries and promotions -- 8. The Scanlon plan -- 9. Participation in perspective -- 10. The managerial climate -- 11. Staff-line relationships -- 12. Improving staff-line collaboration -- Part III. The development of managerial talent. 13. An analysis of leadership -- 14. Management development programs -- 15. Acquiring managerial skills in the classroom -- 16. The managerial team -- Conclusion.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)173969
(OCoLC)ocm00173969
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WorldCat Identities McGregor, Douglas.
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