Organizational Change Through Effective Leadership
Prentice-Hall, Jan 1, 1986 - Business & Economics - 235 pages
This volume illustrates how behavioral science theory and research are helpful to practicing managers in diagnosing human situations and in carrying through strategies for change.
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PERIOD OF DISINTEGRATION
PERIOD OF CHANGE
THE CHANGE PROCESS IN RETROSPECT
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analysis Argyris basic boss Chapter Chris Argyris conflict Cooley Cooley's coordinating corporation decision developed direct Douglas McGregor effective employees environment Eric Berne foremen Frederick Herzberg function goals Guest Hersey and Blanchard Herzberg high task/low relationship Homans hourly workers Human Organization human/social hygiene factors improved integration interactions interpersonal intervening variables involved Jane Mouton joint committee leader leadership style Likert lower level managers management hierarchy Management of Organizational manager Rafferty managerial Maslow maturity level meetings needs observed operating Organization New York Organizational Behavior Organizational Change participative Paul Hersey period of disintegration personal power personnel plant manager Plant Y story Plant Y's position power problem-solving groups problems production manager reinforcement relationship/low task Rensis Likert Research responsibility result role Situational Leadership Theory Social solving staff Stewart structure subordinates subsystems success superintendents supervision supervisors technical Theory Y top management Transactional Analysis union variables Warren G