The Impact of Schemas and Inquiry Frames on Consultants’ Constructions of Expectations about the Client System

February 13, 1994
This study by Ramkrishnan V. Tenkasi, Tojo J. Thachankary, Frank J. Barrett, and Michael R. Manning investigated and supported the view that the consultants' constructions of positive or negative perceptions and expectations about the client system is an artifact of consultant organizational schemas and inquiry frames.

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