a manager's introduction to Transactional Analysis

Cushnie, William D.
September 1975
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Fall75, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p37
Academic Journal
Focuses on transactional analysis (TA), a group of behavioral theories on human communication, and its possible application in management. Origin and basic principles of TA; Explanation of the transaction process; Relationship between TA and motivation; Discussion on the life position concept in TA.


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