Advances in organizational psychology: an international review
Sage Publications, Nov 1, 1987 - Psychology - 314 pages
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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Emerging Personnel Values
Motivation to Work
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