October 1984
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct84, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p151
Academic Journal
This article offers information on several research in progress in the U.S. regarding industrial management, as of October 1984. They include a study on goal setting and task difficulty, a study on the comparison between the attitudes of insurance executives and selected support personnel toward, and use of, automated communication devices, a study describing the ways in which negotiators systematically deviate from rationality, and a study testing the hypothesis that the major dimensions of leader behavior measured by LBDQ are evaluation and dynamism of the leader.


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