Theory X and theory Y: the work of Douglas McGregor. Part 2. Application of the theory (TEFC)

United States, 1969

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Episode of Series “Gellerman Motivation and Productivity Film”
Discusses Douglas McGregor’s X and Y theories in which he attempts to show how one person’s influence on another person’s behaviour is believed to take place. How to apply theory y assumptions to management function. Based on books by Douglas McGregor.

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