(4) Maslow on Management, by AH Maslow
Everyone is familiar with Maslow’s work on human behavior. However, Maslow’s daughter, Ann Kaplan, coordinated this book. The book contains many of Maslow’s journal notes from the 1960s. This is an important book that can help the manager put these principles into practice in the workplace. If you want to transform your team into major players, rather than individual pawns, this is a great way to revisit your leadership strategies and help your team members be productive members of their workplace communities. Maslow’s needs are known in psychological circles, but this book helps put them into a managerial and leadership context.