Complex organizations: a critical essay

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Random House, 1986 - 307 頁
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This classic in organizational theory provides a succinct overview of the principal schools of thought as it presents a critical, sociopsychological, and historical orientation to the field of organizational analysis. Vividly written, with theories made concrete by specific, student-oriented examples, it takes a critical view toward organizations, analyzing their impact on individuals, groups, and society as a whole. New chapters on economic theories of organization and the conditional power theory are among the features of this revised edition.

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Review: Complex Organizations: A Critical Essay

用戶評語  - Dana_kendall - Goodreads

This book is brilliant! The author puts all the major organizational theories into historical and cultural context. Plus, he adds some perspicacious editorializing along the way. This is perfect for a grad seminar in org theory. 閱讀評論全文

Review: Complex Organizations: A Critical Essay

用戶評語  - Dan - Goodreads

Still in the middle of this, but one of the best, liveliest, and shortest books I've ever read on bureaucracy and organizations. 閱讀評論全文

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WHY BUREAUCRACY?
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MANAGERIAL IDEOLOGIES AND THE ORIGINS OF
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THE HUMAN RELATIONS MODEL
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Charles Perrow is professor emeritus of sociology at Yale University. He has worked as a consultant for the U.S. military, the White House, and the nuclear-power industry.

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