1195. Human Performance – Management Style and Human Values


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W J Huber: 1195. Human Performance – Management Style and Human Values. 1977.



Throughout my career- in industry, consulting, and education, I have been searching for those principles that provide the basis for superior individual or group performance. Many approaches have been offered in the recent past, ranging from theories X, Y, and Z to Management by Objectives and Job Enrichment. Those reviewed are quite useful in some situations; but they do not seem to have the needed general applicability nor are they based upon more fundamental principles. It is the purpose of this paper to review the findings of my search and to provide the essentials upon which, I believe, a more inclusive management system may be used. In particular, I will attempt to relate performance to management style as determined by a system of human values.


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