July 1983
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul83, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p700
Academic Journal
The article presents an overview of ongoing research related to business organization. A study on the organizational processes associated with successful radical innovations in large diversified corporations is being undertaken by Leonard Sayles and Robert Burgleman. An investigation into cognitive processes involved in job perception is being conducted by Lance Sandelands. The effects of informal supervisory feedback on the performance and job-related attitudes of subordinates are being studied by James Larson.


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