Edgar H. Schein
Edgar Schein was born in 1928. He studied psychology and devoted to organizational psychology. He worked as a professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His key work is the study of organizational culture (he invented the term “corporate culture”) and its draft model. He also devoted to career development and consultation processes in the group.
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