July 1979
ILR Review;Jul79, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p581
Academic Journal
This article presents updates on studies about industrial organization, as of July 1979. Craig Pinder and Larry Moore of the University of British Columbia are preparing the book "Middle Range Theory and the Study of Organizations" for publication in September 1979. Fred Dansereau of the State University of New York at Buffalo is investigating how external and internal role expectations develop and are used at the group and individual levels in organizations. Charles Hulin of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is studying the effects of complex organization on the attitudes, behavior, satisfactions and abilities of the members.


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