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Frederick Hertzberg’s Two Factor Theory

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Frederick Hertzberg Frederick Hertzberg was born on 18th April 1923

in Lynn , Massachusetts. He did his undergraduate work at CCNY (City

College of New York). Then, he attended to Un...

Frederick Hertzberg’s Two Factor Theory

(1923-2000)

Bibliography of Frederick Hertzberg

Frederick Hertzberg was born on 18th April 1923 in Lynn, Massachusetts.

He did his undergraduate work at CCNY (City College of New York).

Then, he attended to University of Pittsburg where, he obtained a

graduate degree. Hertzberg moved to Utah to work at Case Western

Reserve University. He was a Professor of Management in that

institution. It was here, where Hertzberg established the Department

of Industrial Mental Health.

As a consultant, he served the American Institute of Research,

International Business Machines, American Telephone and Telegraph,

General Motors and British Petroleum (BT). In 1964, Hertzberg was the

recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in Finland. He taught many

subjects in almost twenty countries, including the Soviet Union at the

University of Leningrad. In 1975, he was a speaker at the Annual

Conference of the Canadian Institute of Management.

On 18th January 2000, Frederick Hertzberg died in Salt Lake City. The

New York Times stated that he was “one of the most influential

management teachers and consultants of the post-war era…”

Hertzberg was an author of three books:-

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