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The Supervisory Bypass: A Symptom of Organizational Anxiety
Robert A. Devito
Psychiatric Services 1974; doi:
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Madden Zone Center Hines, Illinois; psychiatry in the Stritch School of Medicine of Loyola University in Chicago

1974 by the American Psychiatric Association

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One characteristic of the flat, open system of management is that the chief executive officer is easily accessible to staff at all levels. As a result some staff members may by pass their immediate supervisor and take work-related problems directly to the top. The author reports on a study at the Madden Zone Cenier in Illinois that suggests such action is a manifestation of organizational anxiety.

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