• W. Mitchell
  • Alan R. Corbett
Part of the Macmillan Handbooks in Industrial Management book series


Most managers will agree that one of the more difficult facets of their work is controlling and predicting the enthusiasm, attitudes and resulting effort of the individuals constituting their work-force. This chapter concerns itself with that problem.


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  • Alan R. Corbett

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