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Managing Professionals in Research and Development

Managing Professionals in Research and Development,D. B. Miller

Managing Professionals in Research and Development   (Citations: 23)
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Published in 1986.
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    • ...Miller (1986) attributed these tendencies to the unique values, attitudes, and behavioral characteristics they developed through long-term education and intensive training...

    Norma Jumaet al. The moderating effects of traditionality–modernity on the effects of i...

    • ...Miller (1986) attributed these tendencies to the unique values, attitudes, and behavioral characteristics they developed through long-term education and intensive training...

    Norma Jumaet al. The moderating effects of traditionality–modernity on the effects of i...

    • ...Used to bridge the gap between functional and divisional structures, the matrix structure emerged as the organization structure of the 1970s (Miller, 1986...

    Sanjay Kumar Singh. Structuring organizations across industries in India

    • ...A small but persistent literature follows Weber’s lead, treating research as a form of work and arguing that working conditions are not only instrumentally important for knowledge production but also intrinsically important for researchers (e.g., Pelz and Andrews, 1976; Andrews, 1979; Miller, 1986; Tuttle et al., 1987; Hackett, 1990; Trankina, 1991; Jones, 1996; Keller, 1997)...
    • ...Much of this research is concerned with the “Quality of Professional Life” (Miller, 1986) experienced by researchers, arguing that autonomy, challenge, development, meaningful work, and variety are important intrinsic characteristics of work that increase the job involvement and job satisfaction of researchers, which in turn enhance job performance (Jones, 1996; Cotgrove and Box, 1970; Miller, 1986; Pelz and Andrews, 1976; Raelin, 1985; ...
    • ...Much of this research is concerned with the “Quality of Professional Life” (Miller, 1986) experienced by researchers, arguing that autonomy, challenge, development, meaningful work, and variety are important intrinsic characteristics of work that increase the job involvement and job satisfaction of researchers, which in turn enhance job performance (Jones, 1996; Cotgrove and Box, 1970; Miller, 1986; Pelz and Andrews, 1976; Raelin, 1985; ...
    • ...Pelz and Andrews, 1976; Miller, 1986; Watson and Meiksins, 1991; Jones, 1996; Keller, 1997)...

    Edward J. Hackettet al. Tokamaks and turbulence: research ensembles, policy and technoscientif...

    • ...Permeating the literature on the nature of science is the relationship between science and practical action (Parsons 1951), basic and applied research, science and innovation, and discovery and innovation (Ziman 1996; Miller 1986; Kealey 1996)...

    Laurie Cohenet al. Continuity in Discontinuity: Changing Discourses of Science in a Marke...

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