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actions Adhocracy administrators analysts Autocracy become behavior bureaucratic controls camps game Chapter chief executive chief executive officer clients Closed System co-determination conflict corporate social responsibility corporation decisions democracy discussed economic effect efficiency emerge employees environment example experts fact favor firm focussed forces function goal system groups hierarchy ideology individual insiders Instrument interest Internal Coalition issue kibbutz leader legitimate line managers Machine Bureaucracy means of influence ment Meritocracy mission Missionary natural norms noted operators organization's organizational owners participatory democracy passive percent perhaps personal control political games politicized organization position power configuration pressure campaign problems profes Professional Bureaucracy pursue Ralph Nader regulate representative democracy result role Selznick serve shaky alliance shareholders skills social responsibility society sometimes specific staff structure System of Authority System of Expertise System of Politics systems of influence technostructure tend tion transition typically words workers young Turks
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