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Value Orientations And The Relationship Of Managers And Scientists

R. Tagiuri
Published 1965 · Sociology

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In this comparative study of the values held by scientists in industry, by executives, and by managers of research personnel, the values of these three groups were not found to be as different as the members of the groups seem to think. The value orientation each group attributes to the other groups is veridical, yet exaggerated in the relative strength of the values. The dynamics and possible implications of these observations for the interaction of these three groups in industry are examined. Renato Tagiuri is professor at the Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University.



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