Social Consensus and Social Change. A Study of Groups in Complex Organizations.
Technical rept. 1 Oct 71-1 Oct 72,
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR INST FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH
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The report and empirical investigation was conducted to explore the possible effects of social consensus about organizational behavior of supervisors and peers under processes of planned change. The empirical findings support the proposition that social consensus is mediated between the effects of the social settings by which participants of constrained, and their popensity to practice participative style of leadership. The study presents a theoretical model for the overall network of contextual, structual, compositional and interactional variables. Author