Improving the quality of work life: managerial practices
George Strauss, United States. Dept. of Labor. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, Evaluation, and Research
National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce - Business & Economics - 123 pages
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achievement approach appropriate autonomous work groups boss boss's close supervision collective bargaining concerned consideration consultants decisions develop discipline discussed Douglas McGregor effective effort employees example expectancy theory expressively oriented facilitation factors fair day's feeling of approval Finally foreman form of participation frustration Functional organization George Strauss goal greater growth needs higher management human relations Human Relations movement hygienes impact implicit bargain important improving QWL increase individual influence instrumentally oriented interest involved job enrichment job redesign job satisfaction larger organization lead Management by Objectives management's managerial measure meetings ment Michigan survey Monograph motivation narrow span organizational objectives oriented workers parties path-goal payoff perceived plant problems product organization psychological contract QWL changes QWL experiments QWL issues QWL reforms reduce relationship reward systems role situation skills social span of control Strauss stress subordinates suggests super supervisor tion union-management viewed