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Control in Organizations: Individual Adjustment and Organizational Performance
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 7(2)
Arnold S. Tannenbaum
This analysis focuses upon the control aspects of organizations. Organizations are characterized as orderly arrangements of individual human interacti...
The Situation and the Opportunistic Executive
Journal of the Academy of Management, Vol. 5(1)
Stanley E. Bryan
Examines the attitude of corporate executives and ways in which managers behave opportunistically in responding to business situations. Discussion on ...
Perceptions of Organizational Authority: A Comparative Analysis
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 6(4)
Robert L. Peabody
This paper argues that the bases of formal authority—legitimacy and position—need to be distinguished from sources of functional authority—technical c...
The Effect of Home-Cage Environment on the Social Dominance of Monkeys
Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, Vol. 55(2)
R.W. Leary, R.J. Maroney
Adolescent monkeys were tested in pairs on dominance in food-getting in the Wisconsin General Test Apparatus (WGTA). Then 1 monkey was placed in the h...
The Determination of Social Dominance in Monkeys by a Competitive Avoidance Method
Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, Vol. 55(1)
Robert E. Miller, James H. Banks Jr.
Rhesus monkeys learned to mount a perch large enough for only one animal in order to avoide shock, and then were tested in pairs. Dominance hierarchie...
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