Structure in fives: designing effective organizations

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Prentice-Hall, 1983 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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Here's a guide that shows managers how to choose the best organizational design for their business from five basic structures identified by the author. In it readers will discover how to avoid typical mistakes, especially those pertaining to conflict among different divisions.

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This is extremely valuable book. Author really shows what it means to develop aa clear and useful framework. The framework helps us to examine organizations and to see what is elementary in different kinds of organizations. Read full review

Review: Structure in Fives: Designing Effective Organizations

User Review  - Ari Manninen - Goodreads

This is extremely valuable book. Author really shows what it means to develop aa clear and useful framework. The framework helps us to examine organizations and to see what is elementary in different kinds of organizations. Read full review

Contents

Foundations of Organization Design
1
Designing Individual Positions
25
Designing the Superstructure
45
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About the author (1983)

Henry Mintzberg, author of several seminal books, including "Mintzberg on Management" and "The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning, " is the Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies at McGill University and professor of organization at INSEAD, in France.

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