First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Volume 4, Number 1, 2000
Contents: Part I: MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES: THE THEORY OF MANAGEMENT: R. Perloff, Book Review: Arthur Jensen's The g Factor: The Science of Mental Ability. Part II: LIVE FROM THE FIRING LINE: THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT: R.L. Lowman, Psychologist-Entrepreneurs: Channeling Creative and Oppositional Energy. W.C. Byham, Entrepreneurship: A Personal Story. N.A. Cummings, Psychology and the New Entrepreneurism: Possibilities and Opportunities. M. Gowing, The Personnel Resources and Development Center: Transforming the Way the Federal Government Does Business. J.E. Langhorne, From Academe to Business: A Personal Journey. R.B. Smith III, By the Seat of My Pants: The Evolution of a Business. G.W. Watts, Psychologist-Entrepreneurs: Roles, Roll Ups, and Rolodexes. H. Levinson, On Becoming an Entrepreneur. G.R. VandenBos, E.Q. Bulatao, Observations on Entrepreneurial Psychologists. Part III: RESEARCH: TOOLS FOR THE PSYCHOLOGIST-MANAGER: A. Brennan, T. Kline, A Justice Explanation of Employee Reactions to Office Relocation: A Case Study. Part IV: THE LAST PAGE: R.L. Lowman: Hail and Farewell in the Society of Achievement.