The University of Iowa Center for Labor and Management

Sheriff, Don R.
January 1968
ILR Review;Jan68, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p311
Academic Journal
The article presents information on some studies for the University of Iowa Center for Labor and Management. An analysis of the objectives, content, methodology, administration and cost of university-sponsored executive development programs was undertaken. Based on an examination of program brochures, correspondence, and interviews with program directors, the results will be published in monograph form. A scalar level study of administrative behavior was conducted. This study is an empirical inquiry into scalar level differences within and between public and private organizations in terms of administrative methods and responsibilities. The results of the study will appear in both article and monograph form. Another study, guide to collective negotiations in education, offers a review of labor relations for the educational practitioner. Emphasis will be placed on basic concepts in collective negotiations, procedures, and techniques and will include an illustrative case study with selected references.


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