Management in the Industrial World: An International Analysis

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McGraw-Hill, 1959 - Industrial management - 413 pages
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Contents

Organization and Management
3
Management as an Economic Resource
21
Management as a System of Authority
40
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administration advanced industrial agement Ahmedabad American authoritarian Brazil Britain Bundestag capital CGIL Chile Chilean Chris Argyris Clark Kerr codetermination collective bargaining Communist CORFO decentralization Douglas McGregor duction economic economic development Egypt Egyptian Egyptian National Railways employers engineers enterprises entrepreneur established executives expatriates factor of production factory Five-Year Plan force foreign firm France Franco Ferrarotti French functions gerial German growth Gunnar Heckscher Harvard Business Review Harvard University Heinz Hartmann hierarchy high-level high-talent manpower Histadrut home office important increasing India industrial countries industrial development Industrial Relations Industrial Revolution industrial society Institute investment Israel Israeli Italian Italy J. R. Hicks Japan Jerry Hough jute labor labor movement local nationals mana management by objectives managerial class managerial elite managerial resources Mapai Mapam ment modern nepotism newly industrializing countries nomic organization organization builders organizational party paternalistic patriates patrimonial per cent personnel petroleum Pinhas Lavon planning plant political posi positions postwar Pravda president of Chile pressure Princeton University problems production profes professional management professional management associations programs Reinhard Bendix relations Rensis Likert role Russia Saltsjobaden Saudi Arabia schools scientific management sector social Soviet Soviet Union Stakhanovite Stalin Stockholm structure subordinates Suez Canal Sweden Swedish Swedish Employers system of authority technical textile tion top management trade unions Turin underdeveloped countries Unilever United United Arab Republic University University of Chile University of Liverpool Unternehmer USSR W. W. Rostow West Germany workers World War II Wright Mills zaibatsu

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