Definition: Eupsychian Management is Maslow's somewhat utopian vision of managing people at work. Drawing upon the notion of self-actualization and his Hierarchy of Needs, Maslow coined the term 'Eupsychia'. It refers to an ideal culture that might be created under the most favourable circumstances. Maslow believes that such culture will facilitate self-actualization of people. Eupsychian Management as a managerial philosophy that would create an environment in which people could achieve self-actualization though their work. He developed 36 principles of Eupsychian Management.
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