Management by Objective and Radical Humanist Perspective as Related to Community Function
Standard Management by Objective Theory has been modified through a radical humanist perception to permit the maximum participation for all staff and residents in the planning and implementation of program objectives.
KeywordsObjective Theory Completion Date Therapeutic Community Quarterly Review Shared Humanness
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