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Jane Mouton

Dr. Jane Mouton
Born April 15, 1930 (1930-04-15)
Port Arthur, Texas
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Nationality American
Alma mater Florida State University
University of Texas
Occupation Management theorist
Spouse(s) Jackson Mouton

Jane Srygley Mouton (April 15, 1930 in Port Arthur, Texas - December 7, 1987) was a management theorist, remembered in particular for developing the Managerial grid model with Robert R. Blake.

Biography

Her father, Theodore Quarles Srygley, was an educator and her mother, Grace Stumpe Srygley, was a psychologist. She married an investor, Jackson, C. Mouton, Jr. on December 22, 1953. The Moutons had two daughters named Jane Martha and Jacquelyn Cruse.

Jane Srygley Mouton received her Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Education from

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