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Effective management and the behavioral sciences : conversations from Organizational dynamics / edited by William Dowling.

New York : Amacom, [1978] .
ISBN 0814454712, 0814454720

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Other Title Organizational dynamics.
Other Authors Dowling, William F.
Subjects Behavioral Sciences.
Comportement organisationnel.
Organization and Administration.
Organizational behavior.
Social scientists -- United States -- Interviews.
Social scientists.
Sociologists -- United States -- Interviews.
Sociologues -- États-Unis -- Entretiens.
Spécialistes des sciences sociales -- États-Unis -- Entretiens.
United States.
Description 285 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1978]
Contents Introduction to Conversations -- Conversation with Frederick Herzberg -- Conversation with Rensis Likert -- Conversation with Chris Argyris -- Conversation with B.F. Skinner -- Conversation with George C. Homans -- Conversation with William F. Whyte -- Conversation with David McClelland -- Conversation with Kenneth E. Boulding -- Conversation with Fritz J. Roethlisberger -- Conversation with Peter F. Drucker -- Conversation with Daniel Bell -- Conversation with Warren Bennis.
Genre Interviews.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3844133
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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