Miller, Mungo
April 1968
Advanced Management Journal;Spring68, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p47
Academic Journal
Reveals ideas which have been discovered about motivational processes in industry. Principles involved in motivational processes; Aspects of a person that a supervisor must consider in order to understand his behavior; Psychological definition of motivation; Psychological needs of an individual.


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