People vs. production

Newborough, Gary
May 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;May/Jun99, Issue 15, p13
Academic Journal
Encourages managers to test their self-perception against the book `The Managerial Grid,' by Bob Blake and Jane Mouton to explain human behavior and improve human effectiveness and sound leadership. Importance of leadership to organizational excellence; Principle dimensions of The Grid used as basis for comparison of managerial styles; Categories of management beliefs; Purpose of studying managerial styles.


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