Advances in organizational psychology: an international review

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Sage Publications, Nov 1, 1987 - Psychology - 314 pages
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Sponsored by the Division of Organizational Psychology of the International Association of Applied Psychology, this volume presents a unique global overview of the present state of organizational psychology. The internationally renowned contributors cover such topics as attitudes towards work in European and non-European societies, methodological problems and the search for principles of management and leadership. The book reflects a maturing body of theory and empirical research that transcends national boundaries.

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Contents

Preface
7
Emerging Personnel Values
19
Motivation to Work
34
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Dr. Bernard M. Bass was Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the School of Management at Binghamton University and director of the Center for Leadership studies. Since 1946, he has published more than four hundred journal articles and twenty-six books concentrating on leadership, behavior, and international management. Dr. Bass has consulted and conducted training for many of the Fortune 500 firms and conducted workshops in more than forty countries. He was founding editor of "The Leadership Quarterly."

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