Erratum: Three Studies of Measures of Need Satisfaction in Organizations

  title={Erratum: Three Studies of Measures of Need Satisfaction in Organizations},
  author={B. Schneider and C. Alderfer},
  journal={Administrative Science Quarterly},
The authors acknowledge the comments of Pete Dachler, Dick Hackman, Tim Hall and Ed Lawler on earlier drafts of this paper. Data analyses reported in this paper were partially supported by the Computer Science Center, University of Maryland, College Park Campus. Three studies attempting to achieve convergence between different measures designed to assess need satisfaction in organizations are reported.^ Study I showed poor convergence between two measures of Maslow's concepts on a sample of 146… Expand
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