Chester I. Barnard
- Chester I. Barnard. Wolf, William B. // Journal of the Academy of Management;Dec61, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p167
Pays tribute to Chester L. Barnard, author of management books, who died in 1961. His impact on the development of management theory; Information on soome of his written works; His accomplishments.
- Organization and Management. Hoslett, Schuyler Dean // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr50, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p462
This article reviews the book "Organization and Management," by Chester I. Barnard.
- CHAPTER XII: THE THEORY OF AUTHORITY. Barnard, Chester I. // Functions of the Executive;1968, p161
This chapter of the book "The Functions of the Executive," by Chester I. Barnard (1938), explores the theory of authority. An approximate definition of authority for the purpose of this study is: the character of a communication (order) in a formal organization by virtue of which it is accepted...
- THE UNIVERSAL BARNARD: HIS MICRO THEORIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR. Mitchell, Terence R.; Scott, William G. // Public Administration Quarterly;Fall85, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p239
This article comments on the views of Chester I. Barnard about individual behavior, motivation, communication, and small groups featured in his book "The Functions of the Executive." No doubt that any serious assessment of Barnard's views on management has to consider not merely his specific...
- Barnard's Surprise: Competence as a Moral Quality. Vasillopulos, Christopher // International Journal of Business & Social Science;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p209
The article analyzes author Chester Barnard's concept of competence as a tool to achieve organizational effectiveness. According to the author, Barnard believes that understanding is a key factor in organizational effectiveness which works best if it operates as knowledge of specific objectives...
- THE UNIVERSAL BARNARD: HIS MACRO THEORIES OF ORGANIZATION. Scott, William G.; Mitchell, Terence R. // Public Administration Quarterly;Spring87, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p34
This article analyzes and interprets the macro theory of organization of Chester L. Barnard as an essential bridge between his micro theories of behavior and his integrated theories of managerialism. The most important element of his macro views are contained within the related concepts of...
- THE BARNARD-SIMON CONTRIBUTION: A VANISHED LEGACY. Mitchell, Terence R.; Scott, William G. // Public Administration Quarterly;Fall88, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p348
The article analyzes the joint contribution of Chester I. Barnard and Herbert A. Simon in developing a book on management theory "Organizations," written in 1958. Probably the three most important conceptual similarities in Simon and Barnard's work are the ideas about authority, organizational...
- POINT OF VIEW: The New Management Thinkers. Maidique, Modesto A. // California Management Review;Fall1983, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p151
The new management thinkers bring both fresh insights and a revival message to American managers, which together herald a timely challenge to American academia.
- Security Through the Sacrifice of Sovereignty. Barnard, Chester I. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;10/1/1946, Vol. 2 Issue 7/8, p30
An excerpt from the speech of Chester I. Barnard regarding international control of Atomic Energy at the Controllers Institute of America is presented.