• Sociology
  • Published 1990

Predictive Ability and Professionalism

  title={Predictive Ability and Professionalism},
  author={Lloyd N. Newman},
Predictive Ability and Professionalism The ability to predict the future course of events important to a client or employer and the ability to intervene favorably in those events are the two factors that seem to determine the relative amounts of respect accorded the various professions. As a result, they are also the abilities that determine whether or not a particular professional group is "in the huddle" when top management is making policy decisions. Think about other professions for a… CONTINUE READING