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Walter Dill Scott o Awarded Distinguished Service Medal for “devising, installing, and supervising the personnel system in the US Army
Robert Yerkes Army Alpha and Army Beta
Max Weber (Bureaucratic Management) management based on..... impersonal basis, clearly defined authority and responsibility, formal record keeping, and separation of management from ownership
Henri Fayol (Administrative management) functions and principles of management
Chester Barnard (Administrative Management) Acceptance theory of authority, zone of indifference
Mary Parker Follett (Administrative Management) participatory leadership; integrative unity; law of the situation
Hugo Munsterberg father of I/O psychology
Kurt Lewin Scientist practitioner model, Action research, participative management techniques
Abraham Maslow Hierarchy of Needs
Douglas McGregor Theory X and Theory Y
Campbell (Job Performance) Performance dimensions, Determinants of job performance
Murphy (job performance) Performance dimensions
Organ (Org. citizenship behavior) Forms of OCB
Williams and Anderson OCB-I, OCB-O, OCB-Total
Amabile (Innovation in Org.) Creativity impacted by task-relevant skills, Creativity-relevant skills, task motivations
Damanpour (innovation in Org.) Predictors of innovation
Mobley (job satisfaction) model of JS
Allen and Meyer (Org. Commitment) Three-dimension scale
Jex and Britt Realistic job previews
Beach (employee turnover) unfolding model of turnover
Maslow (motivation) (Need-based theory) hierarchy of needs
Alderfer (motivation) (Need-based theory) ERG theory
McClelland (motivation) (Need-based theory) Need for achievement theory
Herzberg (motivation) (Job-based theory) 2 factor theory
Hackman and Oldham (motivation) (Job-based theory) job characteristics theory
Adams (motivation) (Cognitive theory) Equity theory
Vroom (motivation) (Cognitive theory) Expectancy theory
Locke (motivation) (Cognitive theory) Goal setting theory
Katz & Kahn (leadership) leadership as an Outcome
Yukl & Van Fleet (leadership) Leadership as a Process
Lewin (leadership) (Behavioral approach) Iowa studies
Tannenbaum & Schmidt (leadership) (Behavioral approach) Michigan studies
Stogdill (leadership) (Behavioral approach) Ohio state
Blake & Mouton (leadership) (Behavioral approach) Managerial grid
Hersey & Blanchard (leadership) (Contingency approach) situational leadership
Fiedler (leadership) (Contingency approach) Contingency theory
House (leadership) (contingency approach) path-goal theory
Vroom, Yetton, & Jago (leadership) (contingency approach) Normative leadership model
Schein (Org. Culture) Three-level definition
Ouchi (Org. culture) type z culture
Lewin (Org. change & development) Three-step model, Force field model, Action research model
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