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|Title:||Individual psychological factors and the organization Issues of freedom individuality and conformity|
School of Management and Labour Studies
|Publisher:||Tata Institute Of Social Sciences|
|Abstract:||This paper looks to bring together the evidence regarding the impact of formal organizational principles upon the individual and we must conclude that there are some basic in congruencies between the growth trends of a healthy personality in out culture and the requirements of formal organization. If the principles of formal organization are used as ideally defined, then the employees will tend to work in an environment where (1) they are provided minimal control over their work-a-day world. (2) they are expected to be passive, dependent. subordinate (3) they arc expected to gave a short time perspective (4) they are induced to perfect and value the frequent use of a few superficial abilities and (5) the are expected to produce under conditions leading to psychological failure. The results of this disturbance Are frustration, Failure, Short-Time Perspective, and Conflict manifesting defense reactions such as daydreaming aggression, ambivalence, regression, projection, and so forth.|
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