Many managers learn to harden their hearts and to act against their integrity under the pressures of organizational life. They find themselves treated more as means than as persons, and learn to treat others in this way. In Organizational Life, Edward Cell endeavors to help managers understand their actions more fully, and to determine how they can best learn to be more true to themselves in their work without unduly handicapping their chances for vocational success. Cell's observations are grounded in a perspective on human nature that draws from humanism, symbolic interactionism, and existentialism. Organizational Life will be of great interest to those who are concerned about the alienating aspects of their own organizational life, as well as to those who anticipate facing these conditions in the future.