The Psychologist-Manager Journal
Volume 1, Number 1
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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 1, Number 1, 1997
Contents: Part I:MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES: THE THEORY OF MANAGEMENT: L.S. Gottfredson, Multiculturalism in the Workplace. H. Levinson, Some Cautionary Notes on 36-Degree Feedback. R. Perloff, Review of Daniel Goleman's Emotional Intelligence. Part II:LIVE FROM THE FIRING LINE: THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT: E.A. Smith, Selling a Family Member. R.P. Lowman, Building Employee Morale and Loyalty When Resources Are Scarce and Work Rules Are Rigid. J.B. Mordock, Skepticism, Data, Risky Shift, Polarization, and Attitude Change: Their Role in Implementing Innovations. Part III:RESEARCH: TOOLS FOR THE PSYCHOLOGIST-MANAGER: E.J. Pavur, Jr., D.H. Lepard, Developing Employee Performance: Should We Make a 180-Degree Turn on 360-Degree Surveys? Part IV:SPECIAL SECTION: THE SPIM PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: M.T. Frankel, The Recovery of Meaning. R.L. Lowman, What Is a SPIM Manager? R. Perloff, An Attainable Vision for SPIM's Second Decade. Part V:THE LAST PAGE: R.L. Lowman, Is Any World Safe for Creativity?