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Title: アメリカの産業における心理学者
Other Titles: アメリカ ノ サンギョウ ニオケル シンリ ガクシャ
The Psychologist in Industry of the United States.
Authors: 柴山, 茂夫
Issue Date: 30-Mar-1971
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: Modern industry in the United States is heading for a period of change, growth, adjustment-all at a speed heretofore unknown. The introduction of even the simplest change into an organization may set in motion a pattern of reactions that will reverberate through the whole organization structure. The industrial psychologist is one of many outside sources to whom industry is turning for help. He can serve an important role by helping management spot individuals who are the potential executives of tomorrow, by improving the training and supervision of employees, by reducing much of the risk in market forecasting, by helping to adapt work, men and machines to each other, and by assessing public attitude toward companies, their products and their services. The psychologist cannot guarantee absolute success in all these areas. However, through better understanding between management and the psychologist, a good deal of risk and guesswork can be replaced by insight and knowledge gleaned from patient research. (This paper depends on a translation from an introduction to Readings in Industrial and Business Psychology.)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/264
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