chapter  19
Organizational Culture: Skill, Defense Mechanism, or Addiction?
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One of the hopes of the experiment integrating several fields into Harvard's Department of Social Relations in the 1940s and 1950s was to stimulate genuine interdisciplinary approaches to the study of behavioral phenomena. The impact of this experiment on me, Richard Solomon's role, in particular, and a new conceptualization that has now emerged from my education are described in this brief paper.