The development of a set of criteria to test the congruency of administrative practices in schools of business administration with the tenets of the human behavior school of administrative theory
Wild, William C
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The problem of this research was the development of a set of evaluative criteria by which the administrative practices of schools of business administration can be appraised according to the human behavior school of administrative theory. The findings of this study indicated that there are identifiable administrative principles, functions and roles presented in the literature that are applicable for developing a set of criteria for evaluating administrative practices in schools of business administration. Furthermore, the findings indicated that the deans were in general agreement as to the "appropriateness" of the items making up the evaluative criteria instrument. [TRUNCATED]
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