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" The central principle which derives from Theory Y is that of integration: the creation of conditions such that the members of the organization can achieve their own goals best by directing their efforts toward the success of the enterprise. "
Nominations Before the Senate Armed Services Committee, First Session, 107th ... - Page 73
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services - 1961 - 1869 pages
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Management, a Continuing Literature Survey with Indexes, Volume 1

1968 - 184 pages
...integrated. lt is suggested that a basic responsibility of management is to create conditions such that members of the organization can achieve their own goals best by directing their efforts toward the succeaa of the enterprise. MG A 64-23348 PROGRAM CONTROL SYSTEMS. John F. McNeil (Gates...
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Management Concepts and Practices

Patricia K. Hymson - 1983 - 202 pages
...Theory Y as the integration of individual and organizational goals and as leading to the "creation of conditions such that the members of the organization...achieve their own goals best by directing their efforts toward the success of the enterprise."" Robert R. Blake and Jane S. Mouton. The Managerial Grid is...
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The Fabric of This World: Inquiries Into Calling, Career Choice, and the ...

Lee Hardy - 1990 - 236 pages
...factors, factors associated with the work itself. Management will then operate through "the creation of conditions such that the members of the organization...directing their efforts towards the success of the enterprise."6s The needs of the individual and the needs of the organization are in fact compatible....
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The Ideology of Work

P. D. Anthony - 2001 - 354 pages
...Theory Y, is that of integration: the creation of conditions such that the members of the organisation can achieve their own goals best by directing their efforts towards the success of the enterprise'. The 'central principle' of a great deal of the social scientist's contribution concerns 'integration'...
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Industrial Relations to Human Resources and Beyond: The Evolving Process of ...

Bruce E. Kaufman, Richard A. Beaumont, Roy B. Helfgott - 2003 - 548 pages
...principle which derives from Theory Y is that of integration: the creation of conditions such that members of the organization can achieve their own goals best by directing their efforts toward the success of the enterprise" (p. 49). Integration, McGregor claims, cannot be ordered by an...
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Headless Chickens, Laidback Bears: Scientific Techniques to Create More Time ...

Gordon R. Wainwright - 2004 - 180 pages
...approach, you should always keep in mind that your aim is the creation of conditions such that people can achieve their own goals best by directing their efforts towards the success of the enterprise. Hence the value of: 1. Identifying people's needs, so that you can try to adjust rewards to meet those...
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