The Psychologist-Manager Journal
Volume 3, Number 2
First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 3, Number 2, 1999
Contents: Part I:MANAGEMENT PRINCPLES: THE THEORY OF MANAGEMENT: A.M. Freedman, The History of Organization Development and the NTL Institute: What Have We Learned, Forgotten, and Rewritten. Part II:LIVE FROM THE FIRING LINE: THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT: D.W. Bray, Duke Ellington: Profile of a Leader. A.R. Hollenbeck, Introduction to the Special Section on Technology and Its Impact on the Psychologist-Manager. C.L. Civiello, Cyberspace, Trusted Insiders, and Organizational Threat. A.R. Hollenbeck, Using the Internet and World Wide Web (WWW): Amazing Sites/Amazing Insights. C.I. Greenberg, Technological Innovations and Advancements for Psychologists Working With Organizations. R. Cryer, Jr., A.R. Hollenbeck, Case Study: Traditional Facilitation Skills Combined With Group Decision Technologies. E.J. Conklin, Technology and Organizations: Internet Impacts on Managers and Management. J.M. Reaser, New Technologies and Old Issues: Using Technology to Enhance the Elixir of Discovery. Part III:RESEARCH: TOOLS FOR THE PSYCHOLOGIST-MANAGER: T.F. Habash, The Impact of Audio- or Video-Conferencing and Group Decision Tools on Group Perception and Satisfaction in Distributed Meetings. Part IV:THE LAST PAGE: R.L. Lowman, The "Practice" of Management.