Organizational Politics: Tactics and Characteristics of Its Actors

@inproceedings{Allen1979OrganizationalPT,
  title={Organizational Politics: Tactics and Characteristics of Its Actors},
  author={Robert W. Allen and Dan L. Madison and Lyman W. Porter and Patricia A. Renwick and Bronston T. Mayes},
  year={1979}
}
Eighty-seven practicing managers, including thirty chief executive officers, identify the tactics used by political actors and the personal characteristics seen as most effective in organizational politics. 

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